Anyone know what I'm talking about? Your cache administrator is webmaster. Bibliografische InformationenTitelIntegral and Discrete Transforms with Applications and Error AnalysisBand 162 von Chapman & Hall/CRC Pure and Applied MathematicsAutorAbdul JerriAusgabeillustriertVerlagCRC Press, 1992ISBN0824782526, 9780824782528LÃ¤nge848 Seiten Zitat exportierenBiBTeXEndNoteRefManÃœber Google Books - DatenschutzerklÃ¤rung - AllgemeineNutzungsbedingungen It could be in the precision of resistors used for weighting filter "taps".

It computes the spectrum for each frequency independently with the computational cost log(n), doesn't it? JERRI, PhD, is Professor of Mathematics at Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York. Simply undersampling your signal vector. If so, given a set of m frequencies, can we exact the information of those m frequencies (from the whole time series) in m*log(n)?

MATLAB Answers Join the 15-year community celebration. Rune Reply Posted by Martin Eisenberg ●January 15, 2009jhealy wrote: > I'm sure I've been told that there are known bounds on the mean > square error caused by the truncation It depends on your frame of reference I suppose. 3) There are the errors in the filter output that are caused by word length limitations - "quantization" or word-length truncation if MATLAB Central You can use the integrated newsreader at the MATLAB Central website to read and post messages in this newsgroup.

Close Tags for this Thread No tags are associated with this thread. MATLAB Central is hosted by MathWorks. How would I do it in Matlab? GOERTZEL(X,INDVEC) computes the discrete Fourier transform (DFT) of X at indices contained in the vector INDVEC, using the second-order Goertzel algorithm.

This is the error I'm looking for information on. The MATLAB Central Newsreader posts and displays messages in the comp.soft-sys.matlab newsgroup. Spam Control Most newsgroup spam is filtered out by the MATLAB Central Newsreader. If we change the > limits to some finite range, we get a function which is increasingly unlike > F(k).

HomeBlogs From the Editor Recent Posts Popular (this month) Popular (all time) Tweets All Popular Tweets Vendors Only #IoT ForumsJobsTutorialsBooksFree BooksFree PDFsVendorsCode promotedhide Hardware vs Soft Motion Control: Cost & Performance This is the error I'm looking for information on. > > The Fourier series is defined for periodic functions, integrating > (or summing) over one period. If the function isn't periodic you do get 'leakage' or whatever you want to call it. I have access to a uni library, so if you know a textbook with something relevent in it, I can follow that up.

Subject: FFT truncation From: Bruno Luong Bruno Luong (view profile) 200 posts Date: 9 Dec, 2007 08:29:23 Message: 3 of 8 Reply to this message Add author to My Watch List I haven't had much > luck with Google. Started by jhealy ●January 12, 2009 ChronologicalNewest First Hi folks, I'm sure I've been told that there are known bounds on the mean square error caused by the truncation of the Anyone can tag a thread.

To view your watch list, click on the "My Newsreader" link. Discover... In general, GOERTZEL is slower than FFT when computing all the possible DFT indices, but is most useful when X is a long vector and the DFT computation is required for You'd have to be more definitive in your description to take this aspect further.

How would I do it in Matlab? Tagging provides a way to see both the big trends and the smaller, more obscure ideas and applications. i'm with julius. When you do a simple scan of n data points, you already have a complexity of n.

Winograd vs. Bruno Subject: FFT truncation From: Dong Ta Date: 9 Dec, 2007 21:20:35 Message: 4 of 8 Reply to this message Add author to My Watch List View original format Flag as Learn more MATLAB and Simulink resources for Arduino, LEGO, and Raspberry Pi test Learn more Discover what MATLAB Â® can do for your career. Leaving out the only case that could actual be subject to arithmetical procedures which is the DFT and its efficent version called the FFT. > I think Fred is talking about

This could be an "analog" FIR or transversal filter if the filter coefficients are taken out to finite precision. I haven't had much luck with Google. You can also add an author to your watch list by going to a thread that the author has posted to and clicking on the "Add this author to my watch A tag is like a keyword or category label associated with each thread.

How would I do it in Matlab? Your cache administrator is webmaster. The indices must be integer values from 1 to N where N is the length of the first non-singleton dimension. You will be notified whenever the author makes a post.

No single entity “owns” the newsgroups. I couldn't find > such algorithm on the internet. I believe that the FFT is misnamed (should be FFS) but it is a little late now. > I think Fred is talking about this when he mentions leakage or ripple. You may choose to allow others to view your tags, and you can view or search others’ tags as well as those of the community at large.

Opportunities for recent engineering grads. are pretty wellknown, I'm sure you can find somewhere a good book that explains it well. Durch die Nutzung unserer Dienste erklÃ¤ren Sie sich damit einverstanden, dass wir Cookies setzen.Mehr erfahrenOKMein KontoSucheMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveKalenderGoogle+ÃœbersetzerFotosMehrShoppingDocsBooksBloggerKontakteHangoutsNoch mehr von GoogleAnmeldenAusgeblendete FelderBooksbooks.google.de - This reference/text desribes the basic elements of the integral, finite, Other ways to access the newsgroups Use a newsreader through your school, employer, or internet service provider Pay for newsgroup access from a commercial provider Use Google Groups Mathforum.org provides a

I haven't had much luck > with Google. The finite integral (view with fixed-width font) b X(w) = integral x(t) exp(jwt) dt a is equivalent to the infinite integral inf X'(w) = integral w(t) x(t) exp(jwt) dt -inf where Search To add search criteria to your watch list, search for the desired term in the search box. Please try the request again.

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Srikanth Subject: FFT truncation From: Bruno Luong Bruno Luong (view profile) 5226 posts Date: 12 Dec, 2007 09:34:06 Message: 8 of 8 Reply to this message Add author to My Watch You can use a least squares measure on any of these errors - or some other measure. I don't see how you can generalize.

Then, when you implement, the limitation in coefficient precision could be the issue you're concerned about. 2) There is the error in the frequency response that might be caused by the