Trigonometry Tutorial Hi, below is a link to a trigonometry tutorial that uses interactive flash programs to explain the basics of trigonometry. http://www.fourier-series.com/Math/Trig/index.html I know this material is too basic for this group, but since I have posted my other stuff here I thought I would give a link to this ... 4 Apr 2010 11:30
6th Int. Conf. on Technology and Medical Sciences – Announce & Call for Papers Dear Colleague, We are pleased to announce the TMSi2010 6th International Conference on Technology and Medical Sciences (www.fe.up.pt/tmsi2010) that will be held at the Faculty of Engineering of University of Porto, Porto, Portugal, on October 21-23, 2010. Possible Topics (but not limited to) - Analysis a... 3 Apr 2010 07:09
Fast transversal RLS implementation Hi, I'm also following the same paper by Dan J. Dechene on fast RLS. My question is, how to use this algorithm as a linear predictor? I know that my desired signal d(n) would be x(n+1). But what would be equivalent term for noise reference which is required to update weight vectors? Thanks. ... 2 Apr 2010 17:03
Decode 1394 data to 4 I2S audio data Hi guys, I'm not a expert of 1394/firewire. I have some question about connecting 1394 with DSP board, can anyone give me a clue? I want to play 8-channels 192kHz, 24bit PCM in desktop PC, finally I want they are received by 4 I2S lines in DSP. So I need to design a soundcard for this conversion. My basic id... 7 Apr 2010 11:11
How do I compress an array of floating numbers in Matlab? Hi all, I have a vector of real numbers in Matlab. How do I compress them? Of course this has to be lossless, since I need to be able to recover them. The goal is to study the Shannon rate and entropy of these real numbers, so I decide to compress them and see how much compression ratio I can have. I don'... 6 Apr 2010 14:08
upsampling question Hi, I have two signals, one sampled at 1ms (ricker), the other anything greater, 4 or 5 or 10ms. I need to do a convolution, that is a multiplication in freq. domain. My question is, given that the second signal is a series of spikes, do I need to use some sort of interpolation (e.g. sinc) or is it enough to add s... 4 Apr 2010 03:56
COMP.DSP 2010 Update One week before the conference! Time to put together your presentation and send it to me or Rick. So we can print out the copies and hand them to the participants. Make your transport reservations. You can get to Kansas City by train, too; there is regular communication to Chicago and other areas. * Eric ... 2 Apr 2010 01:43
How to name this portion of a FIR filter? Hi,friends! I have a difficulty in naming a portion of the FIR filter. For a simple example: y(n)=h(2)*x(n-2)+h(1)*x(n-1)+h(0)*x(n) How can I name a portion of "h(2)*x(n-2)" or "h(1)*x(n-1)"? Could it be named as "partial product" or some other names? Who can give me an appropriate name to it? Shenzh... 2 Apr 2010 19:17
CERN. LHC. The time needed to grow is from 1000 seconds to 1000 days. The Earth can already be pregnant now. On Wed, 31 Mar 2010 23:52:17 -0700 (PDT), Magnetic <magnetic.trap(a)yandex.ua> wrote: No, 9 month is much more probable than 1000 months. but he's waffling and leaving himself some wiggle room -- ... 1 Apr 2010 09:00
CERN. LHC. The time needed to grow is from 1000 seconds to 1000 days. The Earth can already be pregnant now. On Wed, 31 Mar 2010 09:18:59 -0500, Sam Wormley <swormley1(a)gmail.com> wrote: On 3/31/10 9:13 AM, Magnetic wrote: Wait a little. The time needed to grow is from 1000 seconds to 1000 days. The Earth can already be pregnant now. <laughing) What bullshit! Or what brilliance. Most of the... 1 Apr 2010 10:07 |