Sieve Method for Real-Time Computer-Aided Extraction of Multivalued Analog Signals in the Presence of Noise
Issue No. 10 - October (1978 vol. 27)
N. Marovac , School of Computer Science, McGill University
This paper presents a method used to separate the real values of analog signals encoded together with noise in a number of signal measurements (samples). The method is based on two selection norms: the norm of acceptance of a real signal value, and the separation norm used to iteratively regroup the samples and eliminate the samples containing the noise only.
real time, Analog signals, computer-aided signal processing, noise
N. Marovac, "Sieve Method for Real-Time Computer-Aided Extraction of Multivalued Analog Signals in the Presence of Noise," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 27, no. , pp. 935-944, 1978.