Design of 2-D IIR Filters Using Two Error Criteria with Genetic Algorithm
The paper presents a method for designing 2-D IIR filters with a quadrantally symmetric magnitude response. The method is based on two error criteria, i.e., equiripple error criterion in the passband and least-squared error criterion in the stopband. Two objective functions are introduced and the filter design problem is transformed into an equivalent bicriterion optimization problem. The stability of the filter is ensured by explicitly including stability constraints in the considered optimization problem. A two-step solution procedure of the considered problem is proposed. In the first step, a genetic algorithm is applied. The final point from the genetic algorithm is used as the starting point for a local optimization method. Two design examples are given to illustrate the proposed technique. A comparison with a 2-D IIR filter designed using LS approach is also presented.
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