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What is Mathematica's equivalent to MATLAB's filter function?
The MATLAB code
filter(0.5,[1, -0.5], [1:10])
is equivalent to
Rest@FoldList[(#1 + #2)/2. &, 0, Range]
I don't ...
Mar 14 '13 at 4:51
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