Optimal Signal Reconstruction Using the Empirical Mode Decomposition

@article{Weng2008OptimalSR,
  title={Optimal Signal Reconstruction Using the Empirical Mode Decomposition},
  author={Binwei Weng and Kenneth E. Barner},
  journal={EURASIP J. Adv. Sig. Proc.},
  year={2008},
  volume={2008}
}
The empirical mode decomposition (EMD) was recently proposed as a new time-frequency analysis tool for nonstationary and nonlinear signals. Although the EMD is able to find the intrinsic modes of a signal and is completely self-adaptive, it does not have any implication on reconstruction optimality. In some situations, when a specified optimality is desired for signal reconstruction, a more flexible scheme is required. We propose a modified method for signal reconstruction based on the EMD that… CONTINUE READING
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