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The first summation is the computation of a symmetric filter (with tap values (hj + h'j)/2, and signals y, = *,- + jc,'), and the second summation is the computation of a skew symmetric filter (with tap values (h,--h',-)/2, and signals y\ =• x,\—x\).

We now turn to an example for deriving an algorithm for computing the outputs of a symmetric filter. This example will illustrate how the extra symmetries of a symmetric filter aids us in obtaining an algorithm which uses few m/d steps and yet does not have large coefficients. Example 1. In this example we will derive an algorithm for computing the outputs of a 3-tap symmetric filter. More specifically we will derive an algorithm for Fs(4, 3). The algorithm derived in this example will be a part of the algorithm which we will derive in the next example.

Note that if we iterate the algorithm described earlier to computing the coefficients of two quadratic polynomials using 6 m/d steps, we would have obtained algorithms for computing the coefficients of two (n — 1) degree polynomials in 6k = n10£36 m/d steps for n = 3k. Since Iog3 6 > Iog2 3 the algorithm of § Ila is better for iteration. The third heuristic method combines some of the advantage of the first two. The idea behind this method is the use of fields of constants which are larger than the field of rational numbers.