Digital Penalized LMS method for filter synthesis with arbitrary constraints and noise

@inproceedings{Gatti2004DigitalPL,
  title={Digital Penalized LMS method for filter synthesis with arbitrary constraints and noise},
  author={Edmundo Gatti and Angelo Geraci and Stefano Riboldi and Giancarlo Ripamonti},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract A new method to calculate optimum digital filters for applicative fields requiring high resolution measurements, such as nuclear spectroscopy, is presented. This method easily works in experimental measurement setups, as optimum filter is synthesized with regard to the assigned time and frequency domain constraints (e.g. finite duration, flat top, peaking time, zero area, etc.) and by taking into account the real environmental noise or disturbance present in the system and identified… CONTINUE READING

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