Tim Schwerdtfeger

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To avoid the occurrence of noncomputable, delay-free loops, classic Wave Digital Filters (WDFs) usually exhibit a tree-like topology. For the realization of prototype circuits that contain ring-like subnetworks, prior approaches require the decomposition of the structure and thus neglect the notion of modularity of the original Wave Digital concept. In this(More)
The implementation of nonlinear elements in Wave Digital Filters (WDFs) is usually restricted to just one nonlinear one-port per structure. Existing approaches that aim to circumvent this restriction have in common that they neglect the notion of modularity and thus the reusability of the original Wave Digital concept. In this paper, a new modular approach(More)
Tomographical reconstruction algorithms can be applied to camera based measurements and thus reconstruct the scenery without knowledge about included objects. The latter is interesting in the domain of driver assistance systems that have to monitor the driveway independently from a priori knowledge about possibly appearing objects. The paper presents(More)
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