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``Properties of Positive Real Functions'', by Julius O. Smith III, from ``Techniques for Digital Filter Design and System Identification, with Application to the Violin,'' Julius O. Smith III, Ph.D. Dissertation, CCRMA, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, June 1983.
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