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Entry  Mon Sep 20 15:42:44 2021, Ian MacMillan, Summary, Computers, Quantization Code Summary 472px-Typical_State_Space_model.svg.pngBiquad_filter_DF-IIx.svg.pngSS-IIR-TF.pdf
    Reply  Wed Sep 22 14:22:35 2021, Ian MacMillan, Summary, Computers, Quantization Noise Calculation Summary IIR64-bitnoisespectrum.pdf
       Reply  Mon Sep 27 12:12:15 2021, Ian MacMillan, Summary, Computers, Quantization Noise Calculation Summary 
          Reply  Mon Sep 27 16:03:15 2021, Ian MacMillan, Summary, Computers, Quantization Noise Calculation Summary DeltaNoiseSpectrum.pdf
             Reply  Mon Sep 27 17:04:43 2021, rana, Summary, Computers, Quantization Noise Calculation Summary 
                Reply  Thu Sep 30 11:46:33 2021, Ian MacMillan, Summary, Computers, Quantization Noise Calculation Summary SS-IIR-Bode.pdfPSD_32bit.pdfPSD_64bit.pdf
                   Reply  Wed Nov 24 11:02:23 2021, Ian MacMillan, Summary, Computers, Quantization Noise Calculation Summary PSD_IIR_all.pdf
                      Reply  Wed Nov 24 13:44:19 2021, rana, Summary, Computers, Quantization Noise Calculation Summary 
                         Reply  Tue Dec 7 10:55:25 2021, Ian MacMillan, Summary, Computers, Quantization Noise Calculation Summary DF2_TS.pdfBIQ_TS.pdfScreen_Shot_2021-12-07_at_11.47.57_AM.pngPSD_COMP_BIQ_DF2.pdfPSD_COMP_SS_DF2.pdf
                            Reply  Fri Dec 10 13:02:47 2021, Ian MacMillan, Summary, Computers, Quantization Noise Calculation Summary G0900928-v1_(dragged).pdfPSD_COMP_BIQ_DF2.pdfInput_PSD.pdfInput_Filter.pdfQuantizationN.zip
Message ID: 16482     Entry time: Wed Nov 24 13:44:19 2021     In reply to: 16481     Reply to this: 16492
Author: rana 
Type: Summary 
Category: Computers 
Subject: Quantization Noise Calculation Summary 

This looks great. I think what we want to see mainly is just the noise in the 32 bit IIR filtering subtracted from the 64 bit one.

It would be good if Tega can look through your code to make sure there's NO sneaky places where python is doing some funny casting of the numbers. I didn't see anything obvious, but as Chris points out, these things can be really sneaky so you have to be next level paranoid to really be sure. Fox Mulder level paranoia.

And, we want to see a comparison between what you get and what Denis Martynov put in an appendix of his thesis when comparing the Direct Form II, with the low-noise form (also some slides from Matt Evans on thsi from a ~decade agoo). You should be able to reproduce his results. He used matlab + C, so I am curious to see if it can be done all in python, or if we really need to do it in C.

And then...we can make this a part of the IFOtest suite, so that we point it at any filter module anywhere in LIGO, and it downloads the data and gives us an estimate of the digital noise being generated.

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