Efficient Calculation of Statistical Moments for Structural Health Monitoring

@article{Choi2010EfficientCO,
  title={Efficient Calculation of Statistical Moments for Structural Health Monitoring},
  author={Myoungkeun Choi and Bert Sweetman},
  journal={Structural Health Monitoring},
  year={2010},
  volume={9},
  pages={13 - 24}
}
Wireless networks of smart sensors with computations distributed over multiple sensor packages have shown considerable promise in providing low-cost structural health monitoring. [...] Key Method These moments: the mean, standard deviation, skewness, and kurtosis are often used to characterize a measured irregular response. Two alternative approaches are presented, each of which can save substantial computer memory requirements and CPU time in certain applications. The first approach reconsiders the…Expand
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