Vladimir Ya. Krakovsky

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The Spectrum Sliding Analysis (SSA) is a dynamic spectrum analysis in which the next analysis interval differs from the previous one by including the next signal sample and excluding the first one from the previous analysis interval. Such a spectrum analysis is necessary for time-frequency localization of analyzed signals with given peculiarities. Using the(More)
Harmonic sliding analysis (HSA) is a dynamic spectrum analysis [1] in which the next analysis interval differs from the previous one by including the next signal sample and excluding the first one from the previous analysis interval. Such a harmonic analysis is necessary for time-frequency localization [2] of analysed signal given peculiarities. Using the(More)
The moving-window discrete Fourier transform (MWDFT) is a dynamic spectrum analysis in which the next analysis interval differs from the previous one by including the next signal sample and excluding the first one from the previous analysis interval (Dillard in IEEE Trans Inform Theory 13:2–6, 1967, Comput Elect Eng 1:143–152, 1973, USA Patent 4023028, May(More)
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