Digit-slicing architectures for real-time digital filters
thesisposted on 30.05.2018 by Z.B.M.S. Abidin
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One of the many important algorithmic techniques in digital signal processing is real-time digital filtering. Modular sliced structures for digital filters have been proposed before, but the nature of implementation has been mainly constrained to non-recursive second order digital filters with positive values of coefficients. The aim of this research project is to extend this modular digit slicing concept to more practical higher order digital filters which are recursive and are of many forms (direct, nondirect, canonic, non-canonic). [Continues.]
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