Cyclic convolution - OLS, OLA.

**Tasks to do: **

**Linear convolution**- Create the first sequence representing the impulse
response
*h[n]*of moving-average (MA) filter of the order*N=100*, i.e. the length of resulting impulse response should be*N1=101*samples. - Create the second sequence of the length
*N2=4000*which represents the input signal*x[n]*containing the addition of sinusoid with zeros phase shift and parameters*A = 1, f = 12 Hz, fs = 8000 Hz*and white noise with normal distribution, mean value 0 and variance equal to 1. - Realize the suppression of white noise on the basis of the linear
convolution (fcn
*conv*) using the above mentioned MA filter. **Checked result: (1 point)**Display- subplot(311) - created impulse response
*h[n]*of MA filter (stem), - subplot(312) - generated input signal
*x[n]*(plot), - subplot(313) - filtered output signal
*y[n]*, i.e. the result of linear convolution of signals*x[n]*and*h[n]*(plot).

- subplot(311) - created impulse response
*IN THE FREE TIME or as HOMEWORK:*

Repeat steps mentioned above using the filter with exponential averaging with the impulse response of the length*N1=101*samples, described by the formula*h[n] = 0.02 * 0.98^n*. Discuss also a possibility of realization such a filtering by IIR filter.

- Create the first sequence representing the impulse
response
**Cyclic convolution**- Compute cyclic convolution between sequences
*x[n]*and*h[n]*using DFT of the order:

-*NDFT = N1*,

-*NDFT = N2*,

-*NDFT = N1+N2-1*

-*NDFT > N1+N2-1*. - Compare obtained results for linear and cyclic convolution in one figure and explain differences.

- Compute cyclic convolution between sequences
**Realization of cyclic convolution for long signals (on-line processing)**- Realize the filtering on the basis of cyclic convolution using independent processing in particular short-time frames of the length
*NFFT = 512*samples. Realize the segmentation without overlapping and compare results obtained by linear and cyclic convolution. - Realize the filtering based on cyclic convolution in short-time frames using the
**OLS technique**(**Overlap-And-Save**). Choose FFT order*NFFT = 512*samples and compare the results obtained by linear convolution and OLS-based cyclic one. - Result:
- Display and compare output signals computed on the basis of linear and OLS-based cyclic convolution.

- Realize the filtering based on cyclic convolution in short-time frames using the
**OLA technique**(**Overlap-And-Add**). Choose agian FFT order*NFFT = 512*samples and compare the results obtained by linear convolution and OLA-based cyclic one. - Result:
- Display and compare output signals computed on the basis of linear and OLA-based cyclic convolution.

- On the basis of
**OLA-based cyclic convolution**realize the filtering which**models a signal recorded in the room with higher reverberations**. Below linked wav-signals can be loaded into MATLAB environment using the function*audioread*, for the purpose of further listening, save during the loading laso the information about samling frequency. **Checked result: (1 point)**- For measured impulse response ir_iim03.wav
(possibly shortened) and input signal
guitar_dry.wav
display a compare modelled reverberated signals computed on the basis of:

- linear convolution,

- short-time cyclic convolution using OLA technique,

- short-time cyclic convolution without overlapping. - Compare also the computer time needed for the computation of linear and cyclic convolution (OLA-based).
- Compare input and output signals by informal listening.

- For measured impulse response ir_iim03.wav
(possibly shortened) and input signal
guitar_dry.wav
display a compare modelled reverberated signals computed on the basis of:
*Repeat the processing also for the following signals:*

- impulse responses: ir_iim01.wav, ir_iim02.wav, ir_betlem.wav,

- processed signal: voice_dry.wav

- Realize the filtering on the basis of cyclic convolution using independent processing in particular short-time frames of the length