# R/fractdiff.R In signal: Signal Processing

#### Documented in fractdiff

```## Copyright (C) 1995, 1996, 1997  Friedrich Leisch
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## -*- texinfo -*-
## @deftypefn {Function File} {} fractdiff (@var{x}, @var{d})
## Compute the fractional differences @math{(1-L)^d x} where @math{L}
## denotes the lag-operator and @math{d} is greater than -1.
## @} # deftypefn

## Author: FL <Friedrich.Leisch@ci.tuwien.ac.at>
## Description: Compute fractional differences

fractdiff  <- function(x, d)  {

N <- 100

if (length(x) < 2)
stop("fractdiff: x must be a vector")

if (length(d) > 1)
stop("fractdiff: d must be a scalar")

if (d >= 1)
for (k in 1:d)
x <- x[-1] - x[-length(x)]

if (d > -1) {

## Matlab rem returns negative output for negative input...
sn <- d < 0
d <- d %% 1
if(sn) d <- d - 1

if (d != 0) {
n <- 0:N
w <- Re(gamma(-d+n) / gamma(-d) / gamma(n+1))
retval <- fftfilt(w, x)
retval <- retval[seq_along(x)]
} else {
retval <- x
}

} else {
stop("fractdiff: d must be > -1")
}
retval
}
```

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