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(Statistics) statistics the correlation between two sequences of random variables in a time series
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First, cross correlation between original full pulse-echo signal [s.
The cross correlation between the transmitted and received signals is the following
Specifically, this work focuses on adaptive autoregressive modeling to reduce certain imperfections from the AE signals, and on the implementation of hierarchical clustering from the cross correlation across different events.
The profile signature differences are quantified by the maximum of the cross correlation function and by the signature difference between pairs of compared profile signatures measured on different SRM bullets.
The negative cross correlation of both of these with the other unit probably arises from the fortuitous condition that they are about half a cycle out of phase for the almost periodic component.
The three operations required in evaluating a cross correlation are the time shifting of one of the input signals; multiplying the two signals after each time shift; and integration.
The fault and event management sub-segment is mature and we forecast revenue growth at a CAGR of 6% to support demands for multi-domain cross correlation and problem isolation.
The new software known as Data Manager 5 and powered by the breakthrough Adaptive Cross Correlation (AXC) processing technique makes it considerably faster and easier for customers to analyse the data collected by Permasense's corrosion and erosion-monitoring sensors.
First, we develop the relationship of auto and cross correlation of the output signal in terms of auto-correlation of the input deterministic signal and the impulse response of the filter without using the integral definition of the convolution explicitly.
The following evaluation measures are employed to evaluate the signal reconstruction quality applying different interpolation splines: the cross correlation (CC), the root mean square error (RMS), the percentage root mean square difference (PRD) and the compression ratio (CR).
9 show the maximum value of the calculated cross correlation functions for the AE activity for the OPC and BFS/OPC samples using a program written in MatLab.
The new measurement system, which operates in the frequency range from 10 GHz to 100 GHz, uses the so-called two-channel cross correlation method.