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    Generates the set of filter coefficients to implement an IIR filter as specified by the Bessel filter model.
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    Generates the set of filter coefficients to implement an IIR filter as specified by the Butterworth filter model.
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    Estimates the Butterworth filter order.
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    Converts IIR filter coefficients from the cascade form to the direct form.
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    Generates the set of filter coefficients to implement an IIR filter as specified by the Chebyshev filter model.
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    Estimates the Chebyshev I filter order.
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    Generates the set of filter coefficients to implement a digital elliptic IIR filter.
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    Estimates the Elliptic filter order.
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    Filters a sequence of samples using the cascade form of a specified IIR filter.
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    Filters a sequence of samples using the cascade form of a specified IIR filter. This node is similar to IIR Cascade Filter except that you specify the initial conditions for this node.
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    Filters a sequence of samples using a direct form IIR filter specified by reverse coefficients and forward coefficients.
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    Filters a sequence of samples using a direct form IIR filter specified by sets of coefficients. You can use this node to process blocks of continuous data. This node is similar to IIR Filter except that you specify the initial conditions for this node.
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    Generates the set of filter coefficients to implement an IIR filter as specified by the Chebyshev II Filter model.
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    Estimates the Inverse Chebyshev filter order.
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    Designs an IIR filter whose magnitude-squared response is inversely proportional to frequency over a specified frequency range. This inverse-f filter is typically used to colorize spectrally flat, or white, noise.
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    Designs filter coefficients for a smoothing filter. You can use this node to design a moving-average FIR filter or an exponentially-averaging IIR filter.