Signal Detection in UnderwaterSound Using

  title={Signal Detection in UnderwaterSound Using},
  author={W C Bailey and Theofanis Sapatinas and K J Powell and Wojtek J. KRZANOWSKIThis},
This paper considers the use of wavelet methods in relation to a common signal processing problem, that of detecting transient features in sound recordings which contain interference or distortion. In this particular case, the data are various types of underwater sounds, and the objective is to detect intermittent departures (potentiaìsignals') from the background sound environment in the data (`noise'), where the latter may itself be evolving and changing over time. We develop an adaptive… CONTINUE READING
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