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Hybrid optimization technique for the design of digital differentiator

  title={Hybrid optimization technique for the design of digital differentiator},
  author={Damanpreet Singh and Ranjit Kaur},
The new differentiators are important for applications where the first, second, or higher-order derivative of a digital signal is required to be accurate at mid-range frequencies. In this paper hybrid optimization method is proposed for the design of digital differentiator. The proposed method explores and exploits the search space locally as well as globally to formulate the error between the practical digital differentiator and the ideal digital differentiator. A procedure is described which… 

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