Wavelet packet based transient signal classification

@inproceedings{ftWillsky1992WaveletPB,
  title={Wavelet packet based transient signal classification},
  author={Rachel E. Learned William C. Karl Alan S. ftWillsky},
  year={1992}
}
obtained through careful examination of the feature separation attainable from the wavelet packet deconNon-stationary signals are not well suited for deposition of the transients. The Charles Stark Draper tection and classification by traditional Fourier methLaboratory and the Naval Underwater Systems Center ods. An alternate means of analysis needs to be emlfurnished an extensive collection of acoustic signals in ployed so that valuable time-frequency information is background noise which… CONTINUE READING
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