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-text wikipedia: window functions;
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#X text 103 377 Windowing functions are used with FFTs. These transform
the signal block-by-block into a spectral representation whose resolution
in both the frequency and time domains are proportional to their size
(as a power-of-two in PD). The different windows have different characteristics
in terms of stopband attenuation and noise bandwidth.;
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#X text 169 52 cos(pi*x/2);
#X text 15 6 description: generates a cosine window for each dsp block
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pdpedia: cosine~;
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#X text 102 258 SIGNAL: the height (amplitude) of the window is controled
by the signal on its inlet.;
#X text 103 317 SIGNAL: a cosine (otherwise known as a sine - actually
it's half a sine) window with size=dsp blocksize;
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