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Virgil Stokes Neuro
05-02-1994, 06:33 PM
On Mon, 2 May 1994, Roger V. Gonzalez wrote:

> Dear Biomech Subscribers:
>
> Does anyone out there know of a digital processing code which does a good
> job at filtering out A-symmetrical (one sided) noise in raw data?
>
> I have raw potentiometer data which contains large sections of A-symmetrical
> noise (both above and below) sampled at 1000 Hertz. Efforts at using digital
> filters to eliminate this noise falls short of what I desire.
>
> Thanks to anyone who can help.
>
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Hello Roger,
Could you please give a precise definition of asymmetrical noise or a
reference to a definition or a good example? Perhaps I could then help you.

Virgil.Stokes@neuro.ki.se