Using a variation of empirical mode decomposition to remove noise from signals

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2011-06
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Proceedings of the IEEE 21st International Conference on Noise and Fluctuations, ICNF 2011
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123 - 126
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This paper will describe the application of -based decomposition, which is a variation of the empirical mode decomposition method based on modified peak selection, to de-noising and de-trending of signals. The -based decomposition method will be explained, and its application to synthetic and real-world signals in the context of de-noising and de-trending will be described. Comparison between the computational simplicity of the τ-based decomposition method to de-noising and de-trending of signals and approaches based on empirical mode decomposition will be highlighted. © 2011 IEEE.

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De-noising, De-trending, Empirical mode decomposition, De-noising, Decomposition methods, Empirical mode decomposition, Empirical mode decomposition method, REmove noise
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