Nonstationary Signal Decomposition for Dummies
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How can I decompose a nonstationary signal? What are the advantages of using the most recent methods available in the literature versus using classical methods like (short time) Fourier transform or wavelet transform? This paper tries to address these and other questions providing the reader with a brief and self-contained survey on what and how to tackle the decomposition of nonstationary signals.
The author’s research was supported by Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica (INdAM) “INdAM Fellowships in Mathematics and/or Applications cofunded by Marie Curie Actions,” PCOFUND-GA-2009-245492 INdAM-COFUND Marie Sklodowska Curie Integration Grants.
The author is deeply grateful to Haomin Zhou, a great researcher and a wonderful person. He contributed substantially to this work and to the author career with many suggestions and pieces of advice he gave to the author over the years.
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