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2-norm or infinity-norm of digital filter

`L = filternorm(b,a)`

L = filternorm(b,a,pnorm)`L = filternorm(b,a,2,tol)`

A typical use for filter norms is in digital filter scaling to reduce quantization effects. Scaling often improves the signal-to-noise ratio of the filter without resulting in data overflow. You also can use the 2-norm to compute the energy of the impulse response of a filter.

`L = filternorm(b,a)`

computes
the 2-norm of the digital filter defined by the numerator coefficients
in `b`

and denominator coefficients in `a`

.

`L = filternorm(b,a,pnorm)`

computes
the 2- or infinity-norm (inf-norm) of the digital filter, where `pnorm`

is
either 2 or `inf`

.

computes
the 2-norm of an IIR filter with the specified tolerance, `L = filternorm(b,a,2,tol)`

`tol`

.
The tolerance can be specified only for IIR 2-norm computations. `pnorm`

in
this case must be 2. If `tol`

is not specified, it
defaults to 10^{–8}.

[1] Jackson, L. B. *Digital Filters
and Signal Processing: with MATLAB Exercises*. 3rd Ed.
Hingham, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996, Chapter 11.

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