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Need Help for PROJECT in DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING

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Need Help for PROJECT in DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING

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What are Linear Prediction Coefficients?Kindly notify me with the answer as it forms an important part of my project in 4th year.

RE: Need Help for PROJECT in DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING

I assume that you are modelling some signals based on a set of parameters and variables.  If so then you will most likely develop a (some) linear predictive model(s).  These will be of the form G(z) = BX where:
z is a set of parameters, which are functions of the variables X; (x1, x2,....,xn) and B is a set of coefficients, which you could call linear predictor coefficients.

For the mathematical side of it might I recommend that you refer to "An Introduction to Generalized Linear Models" by Annette Dobson (Chapman and Hall, 1990)


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