21. Maxims of Signal Processing

GUIDE: Elementary Digital Filter Theory - Julius O. Smith III. Maxims of Signal Processing

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Maxims of Signal Processing

  1. Every technique is equivalent to the same operation, once you really understand it.
  2. If one technique is superior to another, it is due to more averaging.
  3. With sufficiently sophisticated processing, it is no longer necessary to have any input data.
  4. Almost all unusual or interesting results are ultimately found to be artifacts of the processing.

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