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Savitsky-Golay Filters
written by Robert DeSerio
This paper describes how to create Savitsky-Golay filters for smoothing and determining derivatives from raw data taken at points equally spaced in time based on a polynomial fitting model.  For example, they can be used to evaluate velocity and acceleration from ultrasonic motion sensor data and angular velocity and acceleration from rotary encoder data.
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Savitsky-Golay filter, acceleration, data analysis, data smoothing, derivative, polynomial fit, velocity
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Metadata instance created March 27, 2008 by Robert DeSerio
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April 24, 2008 by Bruce Mason
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