Approximation by Polynomials with Integral Coefficients and Digital Filter Design
First the notion of a digital filter is briefly introduced. Next the part of the design process for such filters where approximation by polynomials with integral coefficients enters is outlined. Finally a result is stated and proved, which reduces the determination of the error involved in approximating a function by a polynomial whose coefficients are integers to a finite number of calculations.
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