nonrecursive filter

nonrecursive filter

[‚nän·ri‚kər·siv ′fil·tər]
(electronics)
A digital filter that lacks feedback; that is, its output depends on present and past input values only and not on previous output values.
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Hamming, "Sharpening the response of a symmetric nonrecursive filter by multiple use of the same filter," IEEE Trans.
The designs are a diverse set of DSP functions of varying complexity which includes recursive and nonrecursive filter structures.
An effective way to prevent this problem consists in designing nonrecursive filters [3, 4, 7] with filtering implemented in polyphase form for ensuring power savings.