On the inversion of moving averages, linear discrete equalizers and "whitening" filters, and series summability

Ludvík Prouza

Kybernetika (1970)

  • Volume: 06, Issue: 3, page (225)-240
  • ISSN: 0023-5954

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Prouza, Ludvík. "On the inversion of moving averages, linear discrete equalizers and "whitening" filters, and series summability." Kybernetika 06.3 (1970): (225)-240. <http://eudml.org/doc/28375>.

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Citations in EuDML Documents

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  1. Ludvík Prouza, On a detection method for known finite sequences
  2. Ludvík Prouza, On generalized linear discrete inversion filters
  3. Ludvík Prouza, Appendix to the article “On the inversion of moving averages, linear discrete equalizers and “whitening” filters, and series summability”
  4. Ludvík Prouza, On the weight matrices of linear difference equations
  5. Ludvík Prouza, Appendix to the article “On generalized linear discrete inversion filters”
  6. Ludvík Prouza, On the weak Borel property of methods of summation
  7. Ludvík Prouza, On recursive filters inverse to finite sequences in the minimum mean square sense
  8. Ludvík Prouza, On linear inversion of moving averages, discrete equalizers and "whitening" filters, and the related difference equations and infinite systems of linear equations

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