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The confidence intervals here represent the mean PSI for the noise channels ±2 standard deviations. Observe that the PSI estimate for the signal is, at each IMF index, contained within the confidence intervals, indicating that any detected PS is likely to be spurious. Figure 12c shows identical narrow-band frequency-modulated time series generated from the model described in equation (4.9) with added WGN , in this way creating phase-locking at the frequency of x1 and x2 (approx. 1 Hz). This is reflected by the high level of PSI (≈1) at IMF index 6 in figure 12d which lies far outside the confidence intervals. At LANL, LLNL, and ORNL, the multiscale modeling efforts were driven from the materials science and physics communities with a bottom-up approach.

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Machine learning for automatic mapping of planetary surfaces; pp. 1807–1812. Stepinski T.F., Bagaria C. Segmentation-based unsupervised terrain classification for generation of physiographic maps. Pike R.J. Geomorphometry — diversity in quantitative surface analysis. Miliaresis G.C. Geomorphometric mapping of Asia Minor from GLOBE digital elevation model. Slope profiles at original and detected scales for Schlossalm and Eugendorf . The strength of the MP of the EGG signal compared to the DEGG signal is profoundly studied by Bouzid and Ellouze .

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For these reasons GEGRC has produced scans for the two geometries simulated in the present study using Netfabb Simulation. In-situ measurements can yield deeper understanding of the relationship between process parameters and geometry with thermal behavior and the resulting development of residual stresses and plastic deformation. However, these measurement methods can be more difficult to plan and implement and may impose limitations on the geometry to be built.

One way to accomplish this would be express accuracy for each center/scale, relative to the maximum accuracy that was obtained at a particular center. There are a number of points that are useful to keep in mind when interpreting accuracy scalograms. A detailed discussion of these is provided in the section “General Discussion”. First, the machine learning algorithms we use cannot obtain reliably above-chance accuracy on test data when no category-related information exists in training inputs. Second, the accuracies we obtain are necessarily lower bounds, because we cannot be sure that the analysis parameters are optimal. The scale dependency of land-surface parameters was noted by Evans as ‘a basic problem in geomorphometry’ (Shary et al., 2002).

Articulatory data were collected at 400 Hz with an NDI Wave electromagnetic articulograph. Articulator sensors were located on the upper lip , lower lip , lower incisors , tongue tip 1cm from the apex , and tongue body 5–6 cm from the apex . Reference sensors on the nasion and mastoid processes were used for head movement correction. The articulator and reference sensors were lowpass filtered at 10 and 5 Hz, respectively . Utilize known constituent material properties to calculate the homogenized properties . Utilize known homogenized material to calculate the constituent material properties .

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Differences of scalograms showing loss of classification accuracy obtained from paring subsets of signal dimensions. Accuracy scalograms for all speakers in the relative clause dataset. Multiscale Designer’s material models can be used in implicit and explicit analyses within the most popular commercially available solvers, and support hardware parallelization on different platforms. Schlossalm is located within the Hohe Tauern mountain range in the south of the province of Salzburg.

Tables 1 and 2 depict the absolute and relative errors of the OQ estimation, from the speech signal compared to the EGG signal, for all the speakers of the Keele University database. Figure 8 represents the F0 estimated from the speech and the EGG signals using the autocorrelation technique over voiced frames spoken by a female speaker . F0 extracted from the speech signal is often near to the reference one and they are confused for many frames. Figure 5 illustrates the instantaneous fundamental frequency of each glottal cycle over a voiced segment of 97 periods long. F0 is extracted from both the EGG and speech signals by detecting GCIs manifested as minima of the MP.

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Thresholds and peaks in trends of curves have been comparatively analyzed. A comparative view of scale levels interpreted through the analysis of LV graphs is provided in Table 1. We hypothesize that these kinds of objects are homogeneous areas relative to scale levels.

If repeated, they would produce peaks in the ROC-LV graphs, where cells or segments are assumed to match types of objects characterized by equal degrees of homogeneity, providing these objects are representative enough to impact on the scene level ROC-LV. In this research, scale levels were produced at constant increments by resampling (cell-based) and image segmentation (object-based), for slope gradient, plan, and profile curvatures. In this research we aim to test whether the LV method could help in detecting characteristic scales in geomorphometric analysis, as it has proven to be effective in detecting scale levels in remote sensing applications. Similar to concepts in landscape ecology and remote sensing, breaks in the trend of LV values across scales might reveal levels of organization in the structure of data due to similar sized spatial objects. Here ‘objects’ are not defined as classical geomorphologic objects (e.g. landforms), but rather as ‘morphometric primitives’ (Gessler et al., 2009) or pattern elements, carriers of information on land-surface parameters. Morphometric primitives can be further classified into landform elements and integrated in nested hierarchies (Giles, 1998; Minar and Evans, 2008; Evans et al., 2009).

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The spectra of the first IMF and the second IMF obtained from the sum of a high-frequency uniform algorithms component and a low-frequency drifting algorithms component. The spectra of the first IMF and the second IMF obtained from a signal comprising the sum of a high-frequency drifting algorithms component and a low-frequency uniform algorithms component. Observe that the spectral properties of the scales obtained via EMD have automatically adapted to extract the underlying components in the data, not possible to achieve with conventional filters without a priori knowledge. We apply a threshold rule to select the modulus maxima from large to small PWC product scales. The R wave corresponds to two modulus maximum lines with opposite signs (min-max) of multiscale product.

This is an asset in further classification steps since it avoids pre-defined categorizations of land-surface parameters (Giles, 1998; Saadat et al., 2008; Gorini, 2009), which might create artificial boundaries. We hope that the method of LV we introduced here will make a contribution to this issue. Unlike resampling, the OBIA methods provided ascending graphs of LV for all land-surface parameters (Figs. 3–5). The LV curves are much smoother and more similar between the two study areas for slope than for curvatures.

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Specifically, in the constant scale slice , which corresponds to a horizontal line in the scalogram, window scale is the same for all analyses; hence each of the five windows shown in panel is the same size (here 0.200 s). Notice that the accuracy along this slice is slightly above chance for analysis windows that occur early, falls to chance for windows that are centered a bit later, rises to near 100% accuracy around time 0.0, and then falls back down again. From this pattern we can infer that there is a lot of category-related information in the input around time 0.0, which is the alignment point in this example.

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  • For example, in the analysis of accuracy loss in the relative clause dataset when either articulatory or acoustic dimensions were removed from the full input , it was observed that the effects of paring acoustic/articulatory dimensions is speaker-dependent.
  • Both panels were obtained with 15 sifting operations, with an SNR of 41 dB, and 10 noise channels, where each of the noise vectors were different and all the noise vectors were the same.
  • When applied in a cell-based approach, the LV method revealed problems related to the smoothing induced by aggregating cells through resampling, as acknowledged also in image analysis (Bøcher and McCloy, 2006a,b).
  • As in the variogram analysis, the LV graphs (Fig. 3) display ranges that approximate sizes of support units at which spatial autocorrelation between them tends to cease.
  • A detailed discussion of these is provided in the section “General Discussion”.

The thresholds are proportional to the RMS value of the WT coefficients at the corresponding scale. In Section 2, we present the method of local regularity characterization with wavelet transforms. Section 3 introduces the multiscale product method for R wave detection. In Section 4, we introduce the detection method, and in Section 5, we interpret the results of R wave’s detection. The advent of parallel computing also contributed to the development of multiscale modeling. Since more degrees of freedom could be resolved by parallel computing environments, more accurate and precise algorithmic formulations could be admitted.

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Huabin and Jiankang propose a novel QRS detector, which uses the Discrete Wavelet Transform and Cubic Spline Interpolation as preprocessor, together with an improved dynamic weights adjusting strategy to enhance the detection robustness in noise condition. To assess whether accuracies for a given analysis window are reliably above chance, a simple and straightforward way to obtain a confidence interval is to calculate the standard error of the accuracy for each window. Fig 14 shows mean accuracy and 99% confidence intervals (± 2.57 s.e.) for analyses of 100 ms windows for speaker sy01 of the syllable production dataset. In these analyses, 100 training/test repetitions were conducted for each window. The confidence intervals are quite narrow, indicating that with this many repetitions, the accuracy can be estimated fairly precisely.

Conversely, two other participants exhibited substantial accuracy reduction with acoustic signal removal but not articulatory signal removal. A third pattern shows similar accuracy reduction for both cases, suggesting either a greater degree of redundancy between acoustic and articulatory signals and/or complementarity between the two domains. These patterns are also evident when the difference of the articulatory and acoustic analyses are plotted, as in the bottom row of Fig 12.

Figure 8 shows the number of instances of mode alignment for 30 realizations of the algorithms for each of the simulation parameters . Figure 8a shows the results obtained using NA-MEMD with SNR 0 dB, and Figure 8b–h shows the results obtained using EEMD for increasing SNR. The result in Figure 8a is representative of the results obtained using NA-MEMD for all other SNRs; the algorithm enabled mode alignment for all scenarios.

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A desirable next step in the pursuit of neural network-based multiscale analysis is to examine how the optimal network architecture and training hyperparameters vary as a function of window scale. Knowledge of this variation is desirable because it would further inform the interpretation of scale-related changes in accuracy. Indeed, to an unknown extent, multi-scale analysis the effects of analysis scale that we observe might be attributed to differences in the extent to which the parameters we use are optimal for a given scale. This suggests that it would be useful to characterize how accuracy is reduced for each scale, compared to the accuracy that might be obtained with hyperparameters that are optimized for that scale.

The simulation was repeated but constraining the operation so that the noise vectors were identical in each channel . In this way, the perturbation SNR was identical in both figure 6a,b, and yet the decreased level of correlation between the perturbations has adversely affected the performance of NA-MEMD—the overlap between the IMF spectra is greater in figure 6b. In summary, the number of noise channels should be as large as possible—computation time permitting—to ensure optimum noise-assisted performance. Although the concept of SNR is similar for both algorithms, a direct comparison between NA-MEMD and EEMD for the same perturbation SNR cannot be made due to the differences in operation—indirect versus direct perturbation.

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It offers the reader a good overview of current research and direction for further pursuit on multiscale problems, both in PDE and in signal processing, and in the analysis of the equations or the computation of their solutions. Special attention is devoted to new models and problems coming from physics leading to innovative imaging methods. Third, drawing inferences about category-related information from classification accuracy is only sensible when the hypothesized categories are approximately balanced within both training and test sets.