
Hi,
will there be support for IR filter in Math.NET Numerics?
I know there is Math.NET Neodym, but it depends on the discontinued Math.NET Iridium. It would be great to have the filters on top of Math.NET Numerics.


Coordinator
Dec 11, 2012 at 9:35 AM
Edited Dec 11, 2012 at 9:39 AM

Yes, it would make sense to port them over (also all the windowing functions); we already have ported some sample generators to the .Signals namespace.
What specific filters would you need? Also filter coefficient designers/calculators or are they already precomputed in your case?
Thanks,
Christoph
PS: funny how people continue to crosspost to Meta Numerics ;) (no problem, just observed it more often recently)



We are interested in IIR filters for which we have precomputed coefficients (no need for coefficient calculators ala butter()). The zerophase filter filtfilt() would be really helpful, too.
Thanks,
Thomas

