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SUNG JU KIM 1 i = j - i + 1 complex conjugates 5.49 5.50 matrix

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SUNG JU KIM 2 vector => -. step-down recursion the model parameters A set of reflection coefficients The final modeling error

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SUNG JU KIM 3 jth-order polynomial Example 5.2.4 The Step-Down Recursion third-order FIR filter using a lattice filter structure

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SUNG JU KIM 4 the coefficients of the second-order polynomial 5.53 j=2 5.52 ->

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SUNG JU KIM 5 -. Schur-Cohn stability test linear shift-invariant filter with a rational system function, denominator polynomial A (z) all of the reflection coefficients are less than one in magnitude. Example 5.2.5 The Schur-Cohn Stability Test

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SUNG JU KIM 6 5.53. filter is unstable

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