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Mon Apr 1 01:26:57 EDT 2013

Stilson's PhD meta

I started reading Stilson's PhD theses again a couple of days ago.  An
interesting book, with a good general smell.  I first noticed the
finished PhD here[1], a little over two years ago.  Some references
are the 4-multiply equalizer[3] and the Sawtooth hack[4].

An idea that seems to be ripe for me to explore again are several ways
of looking at different CT/DT relations.  Also mentioned here[2].

The question I have now is: what is the point?  Why bother using the
Time-scale calculus[5]?

Some other things:
- Weighted least squares for polynomial-parameterized FIR filters



[1] entry://20110104-045522
[2] entry://20110104-110954
[3] entry://20110105-070637
[4] entry://20110104-153108
[5] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_scale_calculus




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