recursive filter


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recursive filter

[ri‚kər·siv ′fil·tər]
(electronics)
A digital filter that has feedback; that is, its output depends not only on present and past input values but on past output values as well.
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The invention known as ASTER-N (Automated STructure Estimation and Refinement for NMR) employs SBI-Moldyn's innovative and unique Nonlinear Recursive Filter (NRF) for the super-fast computer generation of 3-D structures of large proteins.
Beginning with an overview of signal processing basics and an introduction to MATLAB for signal processing, the volume covers such topics as samples signals and digital processing, random signals, representing signals and systems, temporal spatial signal processing, frequency analysis, discrete time filters and recursive filters.
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