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Brain Topogr. Jan;31(1) doi: /s Epub Sep 6. Real-Time Clustered Multiple Signal Classification (RTC-MUSIC). Abstract: A novel localization method based on multiple signal classification (MUSIC) algorithm is proposed for positioning an electric dipole. PDF download for Transmitter beamforming and weighted image fusionbased multiple signal classification, Article Information.
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Real-Time Clustered Multiple Signal Classification (RTC-MUSIC).
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The details of the technology as disclosed and various implementations can be better understood by referring to the figures of the multiple signal classification.
An graphical illustration of a one dimensional barcode operating on a smoothed histogram representative of accumulated data from a signal or a variable.
One or more parameters are accumulated and represented in a bin of a histogram. The signal or variable is captured or sensed and parameters from the signal are measured and put into a histogram. The parameters accumulate over time.
Histogram levels are illustrated by dashed lines. A plurality of N signal parameters provided from a signal sensing device is received The method includes the process of an N-dimensional histogram being generated by an N-dimensional histogram generator, which multiple signal classification be implemented in software executing on a custom programmed computer or by hardware, such an N-dimensional histogram generation circuit.
The histogram generator can produce a histogram of accumulated parameters. The histogram of accumulated parameters can be filtered to smooth the histogram.
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The process will also include computing barcode tracks and joining the short tracks with the longer tracks. The method multiple signal classification then output barcode tracks as classifiers An N-dimensional histogram is formed from N-dimensional signal parameter data.
Referring to multiple signal classification, an illustration of bar code levels and corresponding bar code tracks is provided. A collection of barcode tracks can be received After the basic barcode is computed for the N dimensional histogram, the barcode track process can include selecting a barcode level and finding the barcode endpoints or boundaries multiple signal classification this level and repeating so as to go through all the histogram levels.
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The method can further include selecting a barcode interval or region within each level and going through all levels. If this interval doesn't overlap with any of the existing barcode track intervals, then create a new barcode track interval If this interval overlaps with one existing barcode track intervalthen extend the track on one end to include the new interval.
If this interval overlaps with two or more existing barcode track intervalsthen create a new track whose ends encompass all the intersected tracks as well as the interval under consideration After joining the short tracks to the longer tracks the barcode track classifiers can be output One embodiment of the technology can include joining short barcode track intervals that lack persistence to longer barcode intervals.
Short or small barcode track intervals i. The joining process in one dimension simply takes the smallest interval that encompasses both the short interval and the longer barcode interval next to it.
This is shown pictorially in FIG. In general for N dimensions, a new larger n-parallelotope would be created which encompasses both the smaller barcode track region and the larger barcode track region nearest to it by extending the sides of the new n parallelotope, just as in the one dimensional case where a new interval is created that covers both the small multiple signal classification larger interval.
After running a proper equalization algorithm, the individual constellation points start to distinguish themselves as seen in FIG. In contrast, MUSIC assumes that several such functions have been added together, so zeros may not be present.
Instead there are local minima, which can be located by computationally searching the estimation function for peaks. Unlike DFT, multiple signal classification is able to estimate frequencies with accuracy higher than one sample, because its estimation function can be evaluated for any frequency, not just those of DFT bins.
This is a form of superresolution.