ECE 804 – Spring 2012 – Lecture 005 with Dr. Patrick Flandrin – Mar. 16, 2012 | empirical mode decomposition

ECE 804 – Spring 2012 – Lecture 005 with Dr. Patrick Flandrin – Mar. 16, 2012


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Empirical Mode Decompositions From Basics to Recent Results
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ECE 804 - Spring 2012 - Lecture 005 with Dr. Patrick Flandrin - Mar. 16, 2012

The Hilbert transform


In this video you will learn about the Hilbert transform, which can be used to compute the \”analytic signal\” (a complex time series from which instantaneous power and phase angles can be extracted).
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The Hilbert transform

A tutorial on time series decomposition in R


Play with the code:
https://github.com/mariocastro73/ML20202021/blob/master/scripts/decompositionmethods.R

A tutorial on time series decomposition in R

Empirical Mode Decomposition (1D, univariate approach)


Introduction to the Empirical Mode Decomposition EMD (onedimensional, univariate version), which is a data decomposition method for nonlinear and nonstationary data.
This video covers the main features of the EMD and the working principle of the algorithm. The EMD is briefly compared to other decomposition methods. Examples show how the EMD is applied to ocean wave data and a gearbox vibration signal and its superior performance compared to the Wavelet Transform (Fourier Transform with temporal information) for this type of data.
00:00 Introduction to the EMD
03:18 Different decomposition methods
08:36 Overview of used data and EMD modes
13:24 The EMD algorithm
22:00 Examples
30:02 Summary \u0026 takeaway

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Empirical Mode Decomposition (1D, univariate approach)

Final Year Project | Music Genre Classification Using Machine Learning and Django


This is a MLbased project to classify music based on genre. The ML model is deployed using Django.
Github https://github.com/niravdedhiya/MusicGenreClassificationDjango
Members on project
Nirvav Dedhiya (worked on core ML, algorithms and metadata)
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/niravdedhiya04b590160/
Github https://github.com/niravdedhiya
Hemang Vyas (worked on dataset, cleaning data, training and testing model)
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/vyashemang/
Github https://github.com/vyashemang
Nirmal Vekariya (worked on algorithms, code enhancing and deployment using django)
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/nirmalvekariya68a01b13b/
Github https://github.com/Nirmalvekariya

Final Year Project | Music Genre Classification Using Machine Learning and Django

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