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Digital sign processing recommendations became the tactic of selection in sign processing as electronic desktops have elevated in pace, comfort, and availability. even as, the interval is proving itself to be a useful programming instrument for real-time computationally extensive software program projects. This publication is an entire advisor to electronic real-time sign processing options within the C language.

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What is the inverse Fourier transform of |X(ω1 , ω2 )|2 ? 13. A certain ideal lowpass filter with cutoff frequency ωc = response 1 π hd (n1 , n2 ) = J1 n21 + n22 . 2 2 2 n1 + n2 What is the passband gain of this filter? (Hint: lim x→0 J1 (x) x = 12 ) π 2 has impulse Problems 14. Consider the ideal filter with elliptically shaped frequency response He (ω1 , ω2 ) = 1 (ω1 /ωc1 )2 + (ω2 /ωc2 )2 ≤ 1, in [−π , +π ] × [−π , +π ], 0 else, and find the corresponding impulse response he (n1 , n2 ). 15. We know that the ideal impulse response for a circular support lowpass filter is given in terms of the Bessel function J1 .

Then, by definition of the sample locations, +∞ +∞ Xc (Ω) exp + j(Ω T Vn) dΩ, −∞ −∞ V T Ω becomes 1 x(n) = (2π )2 +∞ +∞ Xc (V −T ω) exp + j(ωT n) −∞ −∞ dω . 2–2) V −T Here, denotes the inverse of the transpose sampling matrix V T , where the notational simplification is permitted because the order of transpose and inverse commutes for invertible matrices. 1–1) of the last section, and valid for the same reason. We can now invoke the uniqueness of the inverse Fourier transform for 2-D discrete space to conclude that the discrete-space Fourier transform X(ω) must be given as X(ω) = 1 |det V| Xc [V −T (ω − 2π k)] , all k where the discrete-space Fourier transform X(ω) is n x(n) exp(− jωT n), just as usual.

A) y(n1 , n2 ) = 3x(n1 , n2 ) − x(n1 − 1, n2 ) (b) y(n1 , n2 ) = 3x(n1 , n2 ) − y(n1 − 1, n2 ) Any additional information needed? (c) y(n1 , n2 ) = (k1 ,k2 )∈W(n1 ,n2 ) x(k1 , k2 ) Here, W(n1 , n2 ) {(n1 , n2 ), (n1 − 1, n2 ), (n1 , n2 − 1), (n1 − 1, n2 − 1)}. 31 32 CHAPTER 1 Two-Dimensional Signals and Systems (d) For the same region W(n1 , n2 ), but now y(n1 , n2 ) = x(n1 − k1 , n2 − k2 ) (k1 ,k2 )∈W(n1 ,n2 ). What can you say about the stability of each of these systems? 7. Consider the 2-D signal x(n1 , n2 ) = 4 + 2 cos 2π 2π (n1 + n2 ) + 2 cos (n1 − n2 ) , 8 8 for all −∞ < n1 , n2 < +∞.

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