# Active filter

An active filter is a type of analog circuit implementing an electronic filter using active components, typically an amplifier. Amplifiers included in a filter design can be used to improve the cost, performance and predictability of a filter. An amplifier prevents the load impedance of the following stage from affecting the characteristics of the filter. An active filter can have complex poles and zeros without using a bulky or expensive inductor. The shape of the response, the Q (quality factor), and the tuned frequency can often be set with inexpensive variable resistors. In some active filter circuits, one parameter can be adjusted without affecting the others. (Wikipedia).

Passive RC high pass filter tutorial!

A tutorial on passive RC high pass filters. You can use them to filter out low frequency signals, or remove DC offsets from a signal. Make sure you watch my video on low pass filters first! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBM5T5_kgdI Webpage with more info on all kinds of electronic filters

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Introduction to Frequency Selective Filtering

http://AllSignalProcessing.com for free e-book on frequency relationships and more great signal processing content, including concept/screenshot files, quizzes, MATLAB and data files. Separation of signals based on frequency content using lowpass, highpass, bandpass, etc filters. Filter g

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Passive RC low pass filter tutorial!

A tutorial on passive low pass RC filter circuits, and how they affect the frequency content of signals. An example of an RC filter that could go before a subwoofer's amplifier is given. The sound clips are from Pendulum's Slam in Hold Your Colour. More videos at http://www.afrotechmods.co

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Discrete noise filters

I discuss causal and non-causal noise filters: the moving average filter and the exponentially weighted moving average. I show how to do this filtering in Excel and Python

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reaLD 3D glasses filter with a linear polarising filter

This is for a post on my blog: http://blog.stevemould.com

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How to install air filter. ✔

More details visit: http://www.techtrixinfo.com/ The videos shows, how to fix an air filter inner and outer element. Please rate us and drop your comments. Air filter is one critical part of an engine. This is the unit which cleans the air which is sucked from the atmosphere to be suppl

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Cube Drone - Bloom Filters

For more information on Bloom Filters, check the Wikipedias: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloom_filter , for special topics like "How to get around the 'no deletion' rule" and "How do I generate all of these different hash functions anyways?" For other questions, like "who taught you how

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Zero-Phase Filtering

http://AllSignalProcessing.com for more great signal processing content, including concept/screenshot files, quizzes, MATLAB and data files. Noncausal filtering of stored data to obtain zero-phase response using the time-reversal property of the DFT, as implemented by the "filtfilt" comma

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Convolutional Neural Networks for Machine Vision with Jon Krohn

Jon Krohn introduces convolutional layers, which are used to build ConvNets in TensorFlow. He then covers the gamut of machine vision applications including residual networks, image segmentation, object detection, transfer learning, and capsule networks. This lesson is an excerpt from Ma

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CS231n Lecture 7 - Convolutional Neural Networks

Convolutional Neural Networks: architectures, convolution / pooling layers Case study of ImageNet challenge winning ConvNets

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Stanford CS230: Deep Learning | Autumn 2018 | Lecture 7 - Interpretability of Neural Network

Andrew Ng, Adjunct Professor & Kian Katanforoosh, Lecturer - Stanford University http://onlinehub.stanford.edu/ Andrew Ng Adjunct Professor, Computer Science Kian Katanforoosh Lecturer, Computer Science To follow along with the course schedule and syllabus, visit: http://cs230.stanfo

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O'Reilly Webcast: Master Photoshop's Fabulous Filters

Take a dive into the wide world of Photoshop's filters to correct your images and create a multitude of super-useful effects! In this webcast you'll learn: How to use Photoshop CC's Camera Raw filter to make exposure and color changes How to use the Liquify filter to push a portr

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How To Build A To-Do App With Vue.js | Session 05 | #programming

Don’t forget to subscribe! In this project, you will learn how to build a To-Do app with Vue.js. This tutorial will focus on a comparison between the popular library Vue.js and React. Vue.js is a popular alternative to React for building modern reactive user interfaces. You will set up a

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Surface Laplacian for cleaning, topoplogical localization, and connectivity

This lecturelet will introduce the surface Laplacian for cleaning and sharpening EEG data, and for preparation for connectivity analyses. The video uses files you can download from https://github.com/mikexcohen/ANTS_youtube_videos For more online courses about programming, data analysis,

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How To Build A To-Do App With Vue.js | Session 07 | #programming

Don’t forget to subscribe! In this project, you will learn how to build a To-Do app with Vue.js. This tutorial will focus on a comparison between the popular library Vue.js and React. Vue.js is a popular alternative to React for building modern reactive user interfaces. You will set up a

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Convolution Neural Networks - EXPLAINED

In this video, we talk about Convolutional Neural Networks. Give the video a thumbs up and hit that SUBSCRIBE button for more awesome content. Code to demonstrate Equivariance wrt Translation: https://github.com/ajhalthor/cnn-notes/blob/master/trans_conv_combined.py My video on Generati

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Convolutions in Deep Learning - Interactive Demo App

In deep learning, convolution operations are the key components used in convolutional neural networks. A convolution operation maps an input to an output using a filter and a sliding window. Use the interactive demonstration below to gain a better understanding of this process. The intende

Lecture 5 | Convolutional Neural Networks

In Lecture 5 we move from fully-connected neural networks to convolutional neural networks. We discuss some of the key historical milestones in the development of convolutional networks, including the perceptron, the neocognitron, LeNet, and AlexNet. We introduce convolution, pooling, and

Active Noise Cancellation

A demonstration of an active noise reduction technique. We review passive noise management and go on to demonstrate phase-related active noise reduction.

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