# Deterministic Digital Signal Processing Algorithms: An Overview

June 23rd, 2017 by

Deterministic digital signal processing is a procedure used to display information in measured data. The procedure utilizes different mathematical formulas and implements them with the help of digital techniques to get deterministic statistics. The processing is completed with general-purpose computers or digital circuits like specialized digital signal processors and field-programmable gate arrays. The processing technique uses mathematical formulas and algorithms such as: Fast Fourier transform (FFT)

The fast Fourier transform algorithm works to transform a signal from its original state and domain into a frequency domain representation and vice versa. It computes complex transformations through factorizing discrete Fourier transform matrix into a zero factor product. This way, it manages to decrease computing complexity that arises when the discrete Fourier transform algorithm is applied. FFT is mainly used among mathematical, scientific and engineering applications.

Finite impulse response filter (FIR)

Finite impulse response filter is used in deterministic digital signal processing as a filter with impulse response to all finite length inputs. It is computed to settle at zero at its finite time. This algorithm is quite flexible because it can be used for digital or analog applications. It does not require feedback which makes implementation simpler.It is inherently stable because it outputs the sum of a finite value and can be easily designed to linear phase.

Infinite impulse response (IIR)

Infinite impulse response applies to linear time-invariant systems such as digital and electronic filters. These systems have an impulse system that does not go beyond zero once it reaches a defined point. Instead, it continues operating indefinitely. Good examples of IIR filters are;\ capacitors, inductors, linear amplifiers and resistors. IIR filters are easy to implement.