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Design of recursive digital filters approximating to arbitrary prescribed magnitude responses

Design of recursive digital filters approximating to arbitrary prescribed magnitude responses

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A computer-aided design of a recursive digital filter that approximates to an arbitrary prescribed magnitude response in a minimax sense is described. The problem is formulated in a linear-programming form and hence can be solved by the well known simplex method.

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