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AbeViet DSP Lecture 25

AbeViet DSP Lecture 25

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Finite Precision Numerical Effects
Quote of the DayWhen you look at yourself from a universalstandpoint, something inside always reminds orinforms you that there are bigger and better thingsto worry about.
Albert Einstein
Content and Figures are from Discrete-Time Signal Processing, 2e by Oppenheim, Shafer, and Buck, ©1999-2000 Prentice HallInc.
Copyright (C) 2005 Güner Arslan
351M Digital Signal Processing2
Quantization in Implementing Systems‡ Consider the following system‡ A more realistic model would be‡ In order to analyze it we would prefer
Copyright (C) 2005 Güner Arslan
351M Digital Signal Processing3
Effects of Coefficient Quantization in IIR Systems‡ When the parameters of a rational system are quantized
± The poles and zeros of the system function move
‡ If the system structure of the system is sensitive toperturbation of coefficients
± The resulting system may no longer be stable± The resulting system may no longer meet the original specs
‡ We need to do a detailed sensitivity analysis
± Quantize the coefficients and analyze frequency response± Compare frequency response to original response
‡ We would like to have a general sense of the effect of quantization

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