Recursive Least Squares45 (4/29/2013 9:33:43 PM) comp.dsp We all know that Guass probably invented block least-squares, but who invented Recursive Least Squares?
LMS #346 (4/23/2013 7:37:57 PM) comp.dsp In Haykins book from 20 odd years ago he mentions some very good points about convergence. Namely that if the correlation matrix from the driving noise has eigenvalues that are widely dispersed (say 100:1 ratio... gyansorova
Programming Languages2513 (3/11/2013 4:01:59 PM) comp.dsp Should we be using Matlab,Labview and fancy graphic tools to help us rapid prototype designs or should we all program in assembler cos it's tough and less people can do it.
dsp eval kits2419 (3/7/2013 7:42:11 AM) comp.dsp can you recommend on that has adc and dac floating point processing. Doesn't need to be too powerful. suit basic motor control. eg only needs to implment basic integrators/lag lead compensators.
FPGA General Purpose Computing014 (2/13/2013 10:42:14 PM) comp.dsp They said it couldn't be done...but it appears that work has started on such a machine
Root Locus1419 (1/15/2013 6:50:13 PM) comp.dsp Says in a paper I have found
The root-locus method of Evans is one of the most popular and powerful
tools for both analysis and design of single-input single-output
(SISO) linear time-invariant (LTI) syste... HardySpicer
Discrete-time systems4332 (11/2/2012 9:14:49 AM) comp.dsp Suppose you convert an analogue system with no time-delay to digital.
Say G(s) to G(z^-1) in backward shift format.
Intuitively, should the discrete-time version always have at least a 1 step delay
within it... gyansorova
ARMA models446 (10/29/2012 4:04:22 AM) comp.dsp Suppose you have a system B/A and you
estimate using an AR method g/A2 where g is a constant, the rest ie B,A,A2 =
are polynomials in z^-1. Here I am assuming that you cannot get A directly =
using an AR met... gyansorova
A daft question1431 (8/13/2012 8:03:57 AM) comp.dsp but my mind has gone blank!
The output of an FIR filter is say s(k) = X'W(k)
where X is the input vector and W(k) the weight vector. This is convolving the two vectors X and W to give a scalar s(k) ie the... gyansorova
Probability densities548 (8/8/2012 8:09:46 PM) comp.dsp Suppose I add two noise signals y=x+v
where x has a PDF Px and v has a PDF Pv
What is the PDF of y?? I am led to believe that it is the convolution of the two PDF's of x and v - is this right and if so wh... gyansorova
The Quran...A Book You Can Believe In16 (3/30/2013 8:41:05 PM) comp.dsp The Quran...A Book You Can Believe In
We invite you to take a few minutes to learn something about a book
that is the foundation of the worldwide & culture of almost one-fourth
the people on this pla... bv8bv8bv8(251)
avgpower function in matlab16 (4/9/2013 7:39:09 PM) comp.dsp Hi,
I am using avgpower function on a PSD. I couldn't make sure what would be
the units returned. It is in the orders of 10^-9. How can I convert this to
uV^2? I know the output of PSD is in dB/Hz. And a... sedab
LMS #346 (4/23/2013 7:37:57 PM) comp.dsp In Haykins book from 20 odd years ago he mentions some very good points about convergence. Namely that if the correlation matrix from the driving noise has eigenvalues that are widely dispersed (say 100:1 ratio... gyansorova(854)
LTI vs non-LTI455 (4/28/2013 9:36:30 AM) comp.dsp Sirs,
I am going through literature on LTI system and its properties.
In order for me to appreciate a little better, can I get some very simple
1) a non-LTI system that is linear but is t... manishp
Convolving input samples with a filter91 (5/15/2013 12:36:58 PM) comp.dsp Hi group
I am coding a program to do some filtering on an audio file.
So using the method described in Steven Smith's excellent book
"The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing",
I h... me6228(314)