This package implements Remez algorithm. Remez algorithm seeks the minimax polynomial that approximates a given function in a given interval. The package includes four M-files and one PDF-file. The first M-file is called findzero.m, it computes the root of a given function using the method of chords. The second m file is err.m, it computes the error function for a given function and its approximating polynomial. The third M-file is remez.m, it implements Remez algorithm. The fourth m file is a test script. The PDF-file is a brief description of Remez algorithm.
Sherif Tawfik (2020). Remez Algorithm (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/8094-remez-algorithm), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
It is not useful for high order design
Need to improve the numerical stability. Directly solving the interpolation equation doesn't work even for moderately high order polynomials, (e.g., order = 60).
no comment on how to use the function, why another remez algorithm as one existed in Matlab before and is now replaced by firpm ?
please detale of remez algorithm
I was wrong. I was using old Matlab version.
Please discard my previous comment.
findzero function defination does not match between the findzero.m and remez.m.
me too, 3x!!
just what I needed
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