Sectioning property of long logical convolution
A property of a linear dyadic-invariant (LDI) system which can be utilized in implementing a digital filter by logical convolution is discussed. It is shown that sectioning is a natural consequence when computing logical convolution for a long input-data sequence, and that padding with zeros and/or overlapping of data segments is not required in sectioned computation of long logical convolution.
Digital filters (Mathematics); Prediction theory
Electrical and Computer Engineering | Engineering
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Kim, K. I.
Sectioning property of long logical convolution.
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