The Realization of Fuzzy Adaptive Filtering Algorithm


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This paper introduces a kind of fuzzy adaptive filtering algorithm. The whole process is divided into four steps. Plenty experimental simulation have been made, which has a good results using these methods. On this the premise which the signal detail is not damaged, this filtering algorithm can not only remove pulse but also has a higher capability of noise reduction. It have been verified by actual use and experimental simulation that this filtering algorithm not only has the all advantages of mean filtering and median filtering but can avoid edge blurry of signal, which can’t be realized using the mean filtering and the median filtering under bigger windows .



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Huang Xianghong, Huang Xinyou, Mao Hongkui and Yin Zhixi




J. G. Liu and H. Y. Wang, "The Realization of Fuzzy Adaptive Filtering Algorithm", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 182-183, pp. 1733-1737, 2012

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June 2012




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