Simple ideas for light but robust signal processing of electromechanical systems

@article{Filippetti2002SimpleIF,
  title={Simple ideas for light but robust signal processing of electromechanical systems},
  author={Fiorenzo Filippetti and Marcello Artioli},
  journal={IEEE 2002 28th Annual Conference of the Industrial Electronics Society. IECON 02},
  year={2002},
  volume={4},
  pages={3366-3371 vol.4}
}
After a short overview about the problem of finding simple global indicators for a signal, which can summarize the aspect or the behaviour of the whole signal itself, some highlights are given on two simple ideas to formulate a light algorithm for some kinds of signal processing. On one hand, they can be useful to find global characteristics as end point of the signal processing; on the other hand, they can be used as pre-processing techniques to simplify the job of other processing techniques… CONTINUE READING

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