TASC's January 2022 edition Traders' Tips includes the "(Yet Another Improved) RSI Enhanced With Hann Windowing" article authored by John Ehlers. Once again John Ehlers revolutionizes the RSI indicator. This is TradingView's Pine Script code for the indicator.
By employing a Hann windowed finite impulse response filter ( FIR ), John...
Today i propose an hybrid filter that use a classical FIR architecture while using recursion. The proposed method aim to reduce the lag generated by fir filters. This particular filter is a sine weighted moving average, but you can change it since the indicator is built with the custom filter template (1). Even if it use recursion it still is a FIR...
Who doesn't like smooth things? I'd like a smooth market price for christmas! But i can't get it, instead its so noisy...so you apply a filter to smooth it, such filters are called low-pass filters, they smooth and its great but they have lag, so nobody really use them, but they are pretty to look at.
Its on a childish note that i will introduce...
From Ehlers' Windowing article:
"A still-smoother weighting function that is easy to program is called the Hann window. The Hann window is often described as a “sine squared” distribution, although it is easier to program as a cosine subtracted from unity. The shape of the coefficient outline looks like a sinewave whose valleys are at the ends of the array and...
Finite Impulse Response (FIR) Filter indicator script.
This indicator was originally developed by John F. Ehlers (Stocks & Commodities V. 20:7 (26-31): Zero-Lag Data Smoothers).
NOTE: Ehlers' favorite FIR filter had 1, 2, 3, 3, 2, 1, 0 coefficients.
Over the years, many FIR filters have been proposed by the Pine community, with the standard way of computing them being `for` loops. The arrival of arrays allows for a new, more efficient way to compute them.
This script provides a template showing how you can compute FIR filters using Pine arrays.
FIR stands for "Finite Impulse Response", and...
FIR filters (finite impulse response) are widely used in technical analysis, there is the simple or arithmetic moving average, the triangular, the weighted, the least squares...etc. A FIR filter is characterized by the fact that its impulse response (the output of a filter using an impulse as input) is finite, this mean that the impulse response...