oniemita at mail.student.oulu.fi
Mon Aug 14 01:11:50 EDT 2000
On Sun, 13 Aug 2000, Bram de Jong wrote:
> Doesn't it follow that the 'best' interpolator just comes from the 'best'
> windowing function?
Yupp.. Dunno if that means the design should be started from the windowing
function side. Hermite curve has a continuous windowing
> And that the 'best' interpollation should be done with
> an interpolation coef lookup and fixed point methods?
You are probably right. Polynomial interpolation might be a dead end at
higher orders, since the amount of work seems to square for a 12dB
improvement in efficiency.
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