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Graphical User Interface Design of FIR Filter  [PDF]
Myagmardorj Bayasgalan, Xiang-E Sun
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104709
Abstract:
FIR digital filter is a stable linear phase filter. Relying on the powerful computing power of MATLAB software and its GUI platform, this graduation project has completed the GUI design and implementation of FIR digital filter through programming. Through the FIR filter to achieve the program, you can design and implement a variety of amplitude characteristics of the FIR digital filter, according to the user input filter design indicators, select the corresponding filter design method (window function, frequency sampling method) to design the corresponding filter. According to the different amplitude characteristics, the parameters of the filter design parameters will change accordingly; when the Kaiser window design filter is selected, the user is allowed to input the stopband attenuation of the filter; when using the frequency sampling method to design the filter, the user must input the filter length and the transition zone sample value; when the parameter is entered incorrectly, the system will prompt for an error message. GUI can also provide intuitive filter amplitude characteristics, phase characteristics and the unit impulse response graphics to help users to confirm whether the design of the filter meets the design specifications; by setting the global shortcut keys, the user after all parameters and options is confirmed by the Shortcut keys to achieve the rapid implementation of filter design.
Influenza Transmission in a Community during a Seasonal Influenza A(H3N2) Outbreak (2010–2011) in Mongolia: A Community-Based Prospective Cohort Study
Nao Nukiwa-Souma, Alexanderyn Burmaa, Taro Kamigaki, Ishiin Od, Namuutsetsegiin Bayasgalan, Badarchiin Darmaa, Akira Suzuki, Pagbajabyn Nymadawa, Hitoshi Oshitani
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0033046
Abstract: Background Knowledge of how influenza viruses spread in a community is important for planning and implementation of effective interventions, including social distancing measures. Households and schools are implicated as the major sites for influenza virus transmission. However, the overall picture of community transmission is not well defined during actual outbreaks. We conducted a community-based prospective cohort study to describe the transmission characteristics of influenza in Mongolia. Methods and Findings A total of 5,655 residents in 1,343 households were included in this cohort study. An active search for cases of influenza-like illness (ILI) was performed between October 2010 and April 2011. Data collected during a community outbreak of influenza A(H3N2) were analyzed. Total 282 ILI cases occurred during this period, and 73% of the subjects were aged <15 years. The highest attack rate (20.4%) was in those aged 1–4 years, whereas the attack rate in those aged 5–9 years was 10.8%. Fifty-one secondary cases occurred among 900 household contacts from 43 households (43 index cases), giving an overall crude household secondary attack rate (SAR) of 5.7%. SAR was significantly higher in younger household contacts (relative risk for those aged <1 year: 9.90, 1–4 years: 5.59, and 5–9 years: 6.43). We analyzed the transmission patterns among households and a community and repeated transmissions were detected between households, preschools, and schools. Children aged 1–4 years played an important role in influenza transmission in households and in the community at large. Working-age adults were also a source of influenza in households, whereas elderly cases (aged ≥65 years) had no link with household transmission. Conclusions Repeated transmissions between households, preschools, and schools were observed during an influenza A(H3N2) outbreak period in Mongolia, where subjects aged 1–4 years played an important role in influenza transmission.
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