adaptive filter


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adaptive filter

[ə‚dap·tiv ′fil·tər]
(electronics)
An electric filter whose frequency response varies with time, as a function of the input signal.
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Adaptive Digital uses a proprietary fast converging adaptive filter and non-linear processor to deliver robust double talk performance even in harsh conditions.
These motion artifacts can be cancelled from ECG signals by employing adaptive filter for achieving reliable and elevated integrity recording quality under ambulatory conditions.
Digital adaptive filter are also used for echo cancellation for maximum noise reduction in spite of environmental changes.
Common spatial filter includes mean filter, statistical filter, median filter and adaptive filter.
How successful these schemes are depends on how well the algorithm is able to estimate the distance of the adaptive filter weights from the optimal solution.
Digital Signal Processing, Adaptive Filter Theory, and Probability and Statistics, have prepared me for the work that I have done on a daily basis.
In the system identification configuration, the adaptive algorithm searches for the adaptive filter coefficients such that its input/output relationship matches closely to that of the unknown system is given by Fig:1.
W, Algorithmetically engineered fast multichannel adaptive filter based on QRD-RLS, IEE proc vis, image signal process, vol.
Adaptive filter takes a moving filter window and estimates the statistical information of all pixels' grey value, such as the local mean and the local variance.
In October 2000 and August 2001, two federal courts (including the CAFC) ruled that Nellcor technology involved in the present case did not infringe Masimo's adaptive filter SET patent, USP 6,036,642.
In October 2000 and August 2001, two Federal Courts (including the CAFC) ruled that Nellcor's technology does not infringe Masimo's adaptive filter SET patent, USP 6,036,642.

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