[PD] better tabread4~
Matt Barber
brbrofsvl at gmail.com
Sat Jul 5 20:42:18 CEST 2008
>
> You can see that a lot of terms cancel. So, we can also change the
> type of problem and work backwards, setting the spectrum and working
> backwards to find the corresponding impulse response, and
> interpolation polynomial.
>
Chuck, thanks for the explanation! One question about this -- would
working back from the spectrum possibly mean that you wouldn't
necessarily match any of the points (would this mean you could say the
impulse response would not have a value of 1 at t=0)? This would be
an interesting proposition, and maybe it might help temper the
tendency of polynomial interpolation to deliver values >1 or <-1 when
the curve has a maximum or minimum between samples? I'm not sure if
that would be the result, but I like the sentiment. =o)
Anyway, thanks again.
Matt
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