Murthy, Narayana VL and Makur, A (1996) Design of some 2-D filters through the transformation technique. In: IEE Proceedings - Vision, Image and Signal Processing, 143 (3). pp. 184-190.
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The transformation technique is a tool FIR designing 2-D filters, useful for the design of specially shaped filters with passband/stopband regions not centred around the origin. The authors extend this technique to design two types or filters. A notch filter has a stopband centred about a small region in the 2-D frequency plane. The authors propose an extension to the transformation technique with the windowing concept to achieve the design of notch filters. A directional filter has a passband extending fully along: a straight line pacing through the origin. The transformation technique is: further extended to yield such directional filters. Design and application examples for both these fillers are also presented.
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|Date Deposited:||07 May 2011 05:52|
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