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Filter data with filter object

`y = filter(hd,x)`

y = filter(hd,x,dim)

`y = filter(hd,x)`

filters
a vector of real or complex input data `x`

through
a fixed-point filter `hd`

, producing filtered output
data `y`

. The vectors `x`

and `y`

have
the same length. filter stores the final conditions for the filter
in the `States`

property of `hd`

— `hd.states`

.

When you set the property `PersistentMemory`

to `false`

(the
default setting), the initial conditions for the filter are set to
zero before filtering starts. To use nonzero initial conditions for `hd`

,
set `PersistentMemory`

to `true`

.
Then set `hd.states`

to a vector of `nstates`

`(hd)`

elements,
one element for each state to set. If you specify a scalar for `hd.states`

, `filter`

expands
the scalar to a vector of the proper length for the states. All elements
of the expanded vector have the value of the scalar.

If `x`

is a matrix, `y = filter(hd,x)`

filters
along each column of `x`

to produce a matrix `y`

of
independent channels. If `x`

is a multidimensional
array, `y = filter(hd,x)`

filters `x`

along
the first nonsingleton dimension of `x`

.

To use nonzero initial conditions when you are filtering a matrix `x`

,
set the filter states to a matrix of initial condition values. Set
the initial conditions by setting the `States`

property
for the filter (`hd.states`

) to a matrix of `nstates(hd)`

rows
and `size`

`(x,2)`

columns.

`y = filter(hd,x,dim)`

applies
the filter `hd`

to the input data located along the
specific dimension of `x`

specified by `dim`

.

When you are filtering multichannel data, `dim`

lets
you specify which dimension of the input matrix to filter along —
whether a row represents a channel or a column represents a channel.
When you provide the `dim`

input argument, the filter
operates along the dimension specified by `dim`

.
When your input data `x`

is a vector or matrix and `dim`

is
1, each column of `x`

is treated as a one input channel.
When `dim`

is 2, the filter treats each row of the
input `x`

as a channel.

To filter multichannel data in a loop environment, you must
use the `dim`

input argument to set the proper processing
dimension.

You specify the initial conditions for each channel individually,
when needed, by setting `hm.states`

to a matrix of `nstates`

`(hd)`

rows (one
row containing the states for one channel of input data) and `size(x,2)`

columns
(one column containing the filter states for each channel).

[1] Oppenheim, A.V., and R.W. Schafer, *Discrete-Time
Signal Processing*, Prentice-Hall, 1989.

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