Segmentation of digital signals based on estimated compression ratio

@article{Koski1996SegmentationOD,
  title={Segmentation of digital signals based on estimated compression ratio},
  author={Antti Koski and Martti Juhola},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={1996},
  volume={43},
  pages={928-938}
}
The authors have studied the problem of approximating a digital signal with a suitable continuous broken line. They use the approximative broken line for further analysis of the signal as detection of peaks, waves, and other structural features. They can also save considerable amount of storage space with an approximation that does not lose too much significant information about the original signal. The authors' work is based on examining different distance metrics and different segmentation… CONTINUE READING
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