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Title: Design and implementation of computationally efficient digital filters
Keywords: digital filter, FIR filter, parallel filter, filter length, frequency-response masking (FRM), frequency grid point allocation scheme
Issue Date: 25-Jan-2007
Citation: YU JIANGHONG (2007-01-25). Design and implementation of computationally efficient digital filters. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In this thesis, a weighted least square (WLS) design method is proposed for the parallel structure filters. Design equations are proposed to estimate the subfilter lengths in a basic parallel filter. A new set of design equations are developed for jointly optimized FRM filters. These equations give accurate estimations of subfilter lengths and the interpolation factor in a jointly optimized FRM filter. Problems are pointed out if the prototype in an FRM filter is even-length. New structures are proposed for the synthesis of FRM filters with even-length prototype filters. With the sequential quadratic programming technique, even-length prototype filters can further reduce the complexity of an FRM. A new design method is proposed to improve design efficiency of jointly optimized FRM filters. This method is based on a dynamic frequency grid point allocation scheme, and saves memory and computing time significantly.
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