- cupyx.scipy.signal.filtfilt(b, a, x, axis=-1, padtype='odd', padlen=None, method='pad', irlen=None)#
Apply a digital filter forward and backward to a signal.
This function applies a linear digital filter twice, once forward and once backwards. The combined filter has zero phase and a filter order twice that of the original.
The function provides options for handling the edges of the signal.
The function sosfiltfilt (and filter design using
output='sos') should be preferred over filtfilt for most filtering tasks, as second-order sections have fewer numerical problems.
b ((N,) array_like) – The numerator coefficient vector of the filter.
a ((N,) array_like) – The denominator coefficient vector of the filter. If
ais not 1, then both a and b are normalized by
x (array_like) – The array of data to be filtered.
axis (int, optional) – The axis of x to which the filter is applied. Default is -1.
padtype (str or None, optional) – Must be ‘odd’, ‘even’, ‘constant’, or None. This determines the type of extension to use for the padded signal to which the filter is applied. If padtype is None, no padding is used. The default is ‘odd’.
padlen (int or None, optional) – The number of elements by which to extend x at both ends of axis before applying the filter. This value must be less than
x.shape[axis] - 1.
padlen=0implies no padding. The default value is
3 * max(len(a), len(b)).
method (str, optional) – Determines the method for handling the edges of the signal, either “pad” or “gust”. When method is “pad”, the signal is padded; the type of padding is determined by padtype and padlen, and irlen is ignored. When method is “gust”, Gustafsson’s method is used, and padtype and padlen are ignored.
irlen (int or None, optional) – When method is “gust”, irlen specifies the length of the impulse response of the filter. If irlen is None, no part of the impulse response is ignored. For a long signal, specifying irlen can significantly improve the performance of the filter.
y – The filtered output with the same shape as x.
- Return type:
When method is “pad”, the function pads the data along the given axis in one of three ways: odd, even or constant. The odd and even extensions have the corresponding symmetry about the end point of the data. The constant extension extends the data with the values at the end points. On both the forward and backward passes, the initial condition of the filter is found by using lfilter_zi and scaling it by the end point of the extended data.
When method is “gust”, Gustafsson’s method  is used. Initial conditions are chosen for the forward and backward passes so that the forward-backward filter gives the same result as the backward-forward filter.