The Viterbi optimal runlength-constrained approximation nonlinear filter

@article{Sidiropoulos1996TheVO,
  title={The Viterbi optimal runlength-constrained approximation nonlinear filter},
  author={Nikos D. Sidiropoulos},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Signal Processing},
  year={1996},
  volume={44},
  pages={586-598}
}
Simple nonlinear lters are often used to enforce \hard" syntactic constraints while remaining close to the observation data; e.g., in the binary case it is common practice to employ iterations of a suitable median, or a one-pass recursive median, openclose, or closopen lter to impose a minimum symbol run-length constraint while remaining \faithful" to the observation. Unfortunately , these lters are-in general-suboptimal. Motivated by this observation, we pose the following optimization: Given… CONTINUE READING
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