By Carl Rohwer

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At this point some problems also become clearer, since if an n-impulse is added to a general monotone sequence, its removal is not certain. In fact, even its identiﬁcation is problematic. Consider the case of an impulse xi = δij added to a monotone sequence sj = αi, for some scalar α. If α > 1 then si + xi is monotone increasing, and so is si − xi . If α is not known, how is the presence of impulsive noise to be identiﬁed at the index j? Even more basic. If a primitive 1-impulse nj is removed by L1 U1 and U1 L1 , and another nk also, what about the sum of two such “noise”-impulses?

M n(y)k+1 ≤ LnU n(y)k+1 ≤ LnU n(U nx)k+1 , since U xn ≥ y. This proves that M ∗ n(x)k+1 ≤ LnU n(x)k+1 , and a standard induction argument proves that M ∗ n(x) ≤ LnU n(x). A similar argument proves that M ∗ n(x) ≥ U nLn(x); since the two inequalities are true for all sequences concerned, the theorem is proved. The fact that the recursive median M ∗ n is in the interval [U nLn, LnU n] is astonishing, though not much more so than the innocent looking fact that M k n is also. This becomes clear when considering the supports of M k n and M ∗ n.

If x ≤ 0 then Lnx = x and U nx = 0, and again Qx = 0. The operator Q is selfdual since QN = U N + LN − N = I − U − L = N Q. Thus it is unbiased, like the median smoother. 15. Qn is a smoother. Proof. 6 it follows that 2U n − I and 2Ln − I are smoothers. By the same theorem then, their average is also a smoother 1 1 2 (2Ln − I) + 2 (2U n − I) = U n + Ln − I. Remarks. (a) Qn is not idempotent, since if: x = (−1)i , U nx = 1 and Lnx = −1. Therefore Qn x = −x, and similarly Q2n x = x. 2. Basic Rank Selectors, Pulses and Impulses 19 (b) Qn is not necessarily syntone, and not necessarily a selector.