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1 The hard X-ray flux ratio ℜ of the footpoint sources to the loop-top source has been used to investigate non-thermal electron trapping and precipitation in solar flares. Considering the mission-long Yohkoh Hard X–ray Telescope database, from which we selected 117 flares, we investigated a dependence of the ratio ℜ on flare loop parameters like height h(More)
We present a study of mode variance statistics for three SVD-based estimation methods in the case of a single-mode damped exponential. The methods considered are namely Kumaresan-Tufts, matrix pencil and Kung's direct data approximation. Through first-order perturbation analysis, we derive closed-form expressions of the variance of the complex mode,(More)
This paper presents a non-iterative, fast, and almost automated time-data analysis method for NMR spectroscopy, based on a new adaptive implementation of high resolution methods used in spectral subbands. It is intended to avoid the choice of the decimation factor (or the width of the spectral windows) which, in the case of a uniform decomposition, strongly(More)
We propose an adaptive subband decomposition scheme designed to estimate the parameters of two-dimensional (2D) exponential signals from large data sets. The principle of the method consists to perform recursive 2D decimation and estimation steps. At each resulting subband, a stopping rule is evaluated to decide whether the decomposition should be continued(More)
Introduction Conclusions References Tables Figures Back Close Abstract Introduction Conclusions References Tables Figures Back Close Full Screen / Esc Print Version Interactive Discussion EGU Abstract A water mass analysis method based on a constrained minimization technique is developed to derive water property changes in water mass formation regions from(More)
This article presents a statistical analysis of the Matrix Pencil method for estimating the mode and the amplitude of a single damped complex exponential. This study is based on a perturbation analysis of the mode and the amplitude, assuming a high signal-to-noise ratio. Closed-form expressions of the mean and variance of these perturbations are derived. It(More)