[SciPy-user] scipy.signal.chebwin
Kumar Appaiah
akumar@iitm.ac...
Sat Feb 9 19:32:31 CST 2008
On Sat, Feb 09, 2008 at 12:16:04PM +0530, Kumar Appaiah wrote:
> > array([-0.16010146, -0.16010146, -0.16010146, -0.16010146, -0.16010146,
> > -0.16010147, -0.16010148, -0.16010149, -0.1601015 , -0.1601015 ,
> > -0.16010145, -0.16010096, -0.16009716, -0.16007336, -0.15994973,
> > -0.15941238, -0.15743963, -0.15127378, -0.13476733, -0.09676449,
> > -0.02138783, 0.10725105, 0.29505955, 0.52638443, 0.7591664 ,
> > 0.93452305, 1. , 0.93452305, 0.7591664 , 0.52638443,
> > 0.29505955, 0.10725105, -0.02138783, -0.09676449, -0.13476733,
> > -0.15127378, -0.15743963, -0.15941238, -0.15994973, -0.16007336,
> > -0.16009716, -0.16010096, -0.16010145, -0.1601015 , -0.1601015 ,
> > -0.16010149, -0.16010148, -0.16010147, -0.16010146, -0.16010146,
> > -0.16010146, -0.16010146, -0.16010146])
> >
> > Clearly, all of those negative values are *not* correct. (And the
> > problems are not limited to the numbers above.) Any ideas?
>
> Let me try to figure it out. Then I'll let you know.
I am unable to figure out where the problem could be, though I guess
it would have to do with the Chebyshev polynomial evaluation. I could
really do with a little help in debugging the chebwin fix. :-)
Of course, I shall try it again... let's see.
Thanks.
Kumar
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