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Using Wavelet Network in Nonparametric Estimation
This paper introduces the <em>wavelet</em> <em>network</em> and its applications to <em>nonparametric</em> <em>estimation</em>, and the number of citation is above 440.
Introduction to Nonparametric Estimation 英文版
Introduction to Nonparametric Estimation 英文版
Nonparametric Estimation from Incomplete.pdf

Introduction to Nonparametric Estimation
Introduction to Nonparametric Estimation，概率密度估计
Wavelet network
This paper introduces the <em>wavelet</em> <em>network</em> concept and realization process. The number of citation is above 1100.
Nonparametric estimation of the threshold at an operating point on the ROC curve
In the problem of binary classification (or medical diagnosis), the classification rule (or diagnostic test) produces a continuous decision variable which is compared to a critical value (or threshold). Test values above (or below) that threshold are called positive (or negative) for disease. The two types of errors associated with every threshold value are Type I (false positive) and Type II (false negative) errors.
Measurement using wavelet
measurement <em>using</em> <em>wavelet</em>
Missing and Modified Data in Nonparametric Estimation with R
This book presents a systematic and unified approach for modern <em>nonparametric</em> treatment of missing and modified data via examples of density and hazard rate <em>estimation</em>, <em>nonparametric</em> regression, filtering signals, and time series analysis. All basic types of missing at random and not at random, biasing, truncation, censoring, and measurement errors are discussed, and their treatment is explained. Ten chapters of the book cover basic cases of direct data, biased data, nondestructive and destructive missing, survival data modified by truncation and censoring, missing survival data, stationary and nonstationary time series and processes, and ill-posed modifications. The coverage is suitable for self-study or a one-semester course for graduate students with a prerequisite of a standard course in introductory probability. Exercises of various levels of difficulty will be helpful for the instructor and self-study. The book is primarily about practically important small samples. It explains when consistent <em>estimation</em> is possible, and why in some cases missing data should be ignored and why others must be considered. If missing or data modification makes consistent <em>estimation</em> impossible, then the author explains what type of action is needed to restore the lost information. The book contains more than a hundred figures with simulated data that explain virtually every setting, claim, and development. The companion R software package allows the reader to verify, reproduce and modify every simulation and used estimators. This makes the material fully transparent and allows one to study it interactively. Sam Efromovich is the Endowed Professor of Mathematical Sciences and the Head of the Actuarial Program at the University of Texas at Dallas. He is well known for his work on the theory and application of <em>nonparametric</em> curve <em>estimation</em> and is the author of Nonparametric Curve Estimation: Methods, Theory, and Applications. Professor Sam Efromovich is a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and the American Statistical Association.
Parameter estimation using EA
Parameter <em>estimation</em> for five- and seven-parameter photovoltaicelectrical models <em>using</em> evolutionary algorithmsM
Using Ranking-CNN for Age Estimation
CVPR2017上的一篇论文，该论文对卷积神经网络的应用，很有独到之处。
visual hand tracking using nonparametric belief propagation
hand tracking IEEE paper
Classification, Parameter Estimation, and State Estimation An Engineering Approach Using MATLAB

Color Texture Classification Using Wavelet Transform
Color Texture Classification Using Wavelet Transform

SAR spectkle reduction using wavelet denoising
SAR spectkle reduction <em>using</em> <em>wavelet</em> denoising
Image blending in Wavelet domain using C++
I'm an absolute beginner in C++ and I'm doing my third year project on Image blending in Wavelet domain. I've got no idea which C++ environment will be the best one to choose from and which classes I need to use to complete this project. Could experts give me some tips and advises. Thank you very much.
Detection of ECG Characteristic Points Using Wavelet Transform
An algorithm based on <em>wavelet</em> transforms (WT's) has been developed for detecting ECG characteristic points. With the multiscale feature of WT's, the QRS complex can be distinguished from high P or T waves, noise, baseline drift, and artifacts. The relation between the characteristic points of ECG signal and those of modulus maximum pairs of its WT’s is illustrated. By <em>using</em> this method, the detection rate of QRS complexes is above 99.8% for the MIT/BIH database and the P and T waves can also be detected, even with serious baseline drift and noise.
State of charge estimation based on evolutionary neural network
State of charge <em>estimation</em> based on evolutionary neural <em>network</em>
Robust well-cost Estimation Using a SVM Model
English Paper:Robust well-cost Estimation Using a SVM Model
cerebral cortical thickness estimation using MRI
A fast, model-independent method for cerebral cortical thickness <em>estimation</em> <em>using</em> MRIA fast, model-independent method for cerebral cortical thickness <em>estimation</em> <em>using</em> MRI
ESTIMATION OF CURVE SIMILARITY USING TURNING FUNCTIONS
The process of classifying objects is a fundamental fea- ture of most human pursuits, and the idea that people clas- sify together those things that people ¯nd similar is both intuitive and popular across a wide range of disciplines. Es- timation of di®erence between curves (curve matching) is an useful and often necessary technique in many applica- tions, including: pattern recognition, image object recogni- tion, robotic applications, computational geometry, etc. In this paper, three methods for curve matching <em>using</em> turning functions are presented. While the ¯rst two, called plain and polygonal method, are based on a simple adapta- tion of the existing approaches, the third one, called penalty method, is a new one and tries to overcome some important problems from the ¯rst two. The advantages and essential problems of the proposed methods are also discussed. A number of examples are presented to show major di®erences among the methods and their potential usefulness.
ESTIMATION OF MOTION BLUR PARAMETERS USING CEPSTRUM Analysis
3D Flow Estimation Using Perspective and Parallel Projection

Automatic Estimation of Crowd Density Using Texture
Abstract: This paper considers the problem of automatic <em>estimation</em> of crowd densities, an important part of the problem of automatic crowd monitoring and control. A new technique based on texture description of the images of the area under surveillance is proposed. Two methods based on different approaches of texture analysis, one statistical and another spectral, are applied on real images captured in an area of Liverpool Street Railway Station, London, UK. The results obtained show that both methods present similar general rates of correct <em>estimation</em>, and that the potential use of texture description for the problem of automatic <em>estimation</em> of crowd densities is encouraging.
Single and Multiple illuminate Estimation using CNN

Network Data Analysis Using Spark

abstract: We consider the problem of broadcasting in an ad hoc wireless <em>network</em>, where all nodes of the <em>network</em> are sources that want to transmit information to all other nodes. Our figure of merit is energy efficiency, a critical design parameter for wireless <em>network</em>s since it directly affects battery life and thus <em>network</em> lifetime. We prove that applying ideas from <em>network</em> coding allows to realize significant benefits in terms of energy efficiency for the problem of broadcasting, and propose very simple algorithms that allow to realize these benefits in practice. In particular, our theoretical analysis shows that <em>network</em> coding improves performance by a constant factor in fixed <em>network</em>s. We calculate this factor exactly for some canonical configurations. We then show that in <em>network</em>s where the topology dynamically changes, for example due to mobility, and where operations are restricted to simple distributed algorithms, <em>network</em> coding can offer improvements of a factor of
Relative Pose Estimation Using　Non-overlapping Multi－camera　Clusters

wavelet
<em>wavelet</em> introduction
Introduction to Network Simulation Using OMNeT++

simulation of network using truetime toolbox
simulation of <em>network</em> <em>using</em> truetime toolbox
Nonparametric methods
Nonparametric methods
Nonparametric Statistics
Nonparametric Statistics with Applications to Science and Engineering Paul H. Kvam Brani Vidakovic Contents 1 Introduction 2 Probability Basics 3 Statistics Basics 4 Bayesian Statistics 5 Order Statistics 6 Goodness of Fit 7 Rank Tests 8 Designed Experiments 9 Categorical Data 10 Estimating Distribution Functions 11 Density Estimation 12 Beyond Linear Regression 13 Curve Fitting Techniques 14 Wavelets 15 Bootstrap 16 EM Algorithm 17 Statistical Learning 18 Nonparametric Bayes
AD报告，Spot SAR ATR Using Wavelet Features and Neural Network Classifier

all of nonparametric staticstics
by Larry Wasserman springer pdf
Bayesian Nonparametric Data Analysis
This book is the first systematic treatment of Bayesian <em>nonparametric</em> methods and the theory behind them. It will also appeal to statisticians in general. The book is primarily aimed at graduate students and can be used as the text for a graduate course in Bayesian non-parametrics.
all of nonparametric statistics.pdf

All of Nonparametric Statistics
This text provides the reader with a single book where they can find accounts of a number of up-to-date issues in <em>nonparametric</em> inference. The book is aimed at Masters or PhD level students in statistics, computer science, and engineering. It is also suitable for researchers who want to get up to speed quickly on modern <em>nonparametric</em> methods. It covers a wide range of topics including the bootstrap, the <em>nonparametric</em> delta method, <em>nonparametric</em> regression, density <em>estimation</em>, orthogonal function methods, minimax <em>estimation</em>, <em>nonparametric</em> confidence sets, and <em>wavelet</em>s. The book’s dual approach includes a mixture of methodology and theory.
Applied Nonparametric Regression
The theory and methods of smoothing have been developed mainly in the last ten years. The intensive interest in smoothing over this last decade had two reasons: statisticians realized that pure parametric thinking in curve <em>estimation</em>s often does not meet the need for flexibility in data analysis and the development of hardware created the demand for theory of now computable <em>nonparametric</em> estimates.
nonparametric functional data analysis
This book is the fruit of recent advances concerning both <em>nonparametric</em> statistical modelling and functional variables,presents in a original way new <em>nonparametric</em> statistical methods for functional data analysis.
Classification, Parameter Estimation, and State Estimation
Engineering disciplines are those fields of research and development that attempt to create products and systems operating in, and dealing with, the real world. The number of disciplines is large, as is the range of scales that they typically operate in: from the very small scale of nanotechnology up to very large scales that span whole regions, e.g. water management systems, electric power distribution systems, or even global systems (e.g. the global positioning system, GPS). The level of advancement in the fields also varies wildly, from emerging techniques (again, nanotechnology) to trusted techniques that have been applied for centuries (architecture, hydraulic works). Nonetheless, the disciplines share one important aspect: engineering aims at designing and manufacturing systems that interface with the world around them.
Wavelet transform

CO2 Wavelet
CO2 Data Analysis Filter : Wavelet vs. EMD
wavelet background
Wavelet Approach
A Wavelet Approach to W'ideband Spectrum Sensilng for Cognit'ive Rad'ios.pdf
matlab wavelet
CWT transform by matlab subroutine example
all of nonparametric statistics

computing convolutions using a neural network processor
computing convolutions <em>using</em> a neural <em>network</em> processor
Bar Code Localization In Wavelet Domain By Using Binary Morphology

Classification,Parameter Estimation and State Estimation
Classification,Parameter Estimation and State Estimation An Engineering Approach Using MATLAB
Network Security Evaluation using the NSA IEM
Network Security Evaluation <em>using</em> the NSA IEM
Network Analysis Using Wireshark Cookbook - Yoram Orzach
This book will be a massive ally in troubleshooting your <em>network</em> <em>using</em> Wireshark, the world's most popular analyzer. Over 100 practical recipes provide a focus on real-life situations, helping you resolve your own individual issues.
Recognition of Facial Expression Using Centroid Neural Network

No Network Security Config specified, using platform default.
Social Network Analysis in Military Headquarters using CAVALIER
In this paper, we discuss the use of Social Network Analysis in analysing such organisations in order to make recommendations about work practices, and to suggest new placements of staff within a physical headquarters setting.
Advances in Network Electrophysiology using Multi-electrode arrays

Network Analysis Using Wireshark 2 Cookbook
Over 100 recipes to analyze and troubleshoot <em>network</em> problems <em>using</em> Wireshark 2 This book contains practical recipes on troubleshooting a data communications <em>network</em>. This second version of the book focuses on Wireshark 2, which has already gained a lot of traction due to the enhanced features that it offers to users. The book expands on some of the subjects explored in the first version, including TCP performance, <em>network</em> security, Wireless LAN, and how to use Wireshark for cloud and virtual system monitoring. You will learn how to analyze end-to-end IPv4 and IPv6 connectivity failures for Unicast and Multicast traffic <em>using</em> Wireshark. It also includes Wireshark capture files so that you can practice what you’ve learned in the book. You will understand the normal operation of E-mail protocols and learn how to use Wireshark for basic analysis and troubleshooting. Using Wireshark, you will be able to resolve and troubleshoot common applications that are used in an enterprise <em>network</em>, like NetBIOS and SMB protocols. Finally, you will also be able to measure <em>network</em> parameters, check for <em>network</em> problems caused by them, and solve them effectively. By the end of this book, you’ll know how to analyze traffic, find patterns of various offending traffic, and secure your <em>network</em> from them. What You Will Learn Configure Wireshark 2 for effective <em>network</em> analysis and troubleshooting Set up various display and capture filters Understand <em>network</em>ing layers, including IPv4 and IPv6 analysis Explore performance issues in TCP/IP Get to know about Wi-Fi testing and how to resolve problems related to wireless LANs Get information about <em>network</em> phenomena, events, and errors Locate faults in detecting security failures and breaches in <em>network</em>s
Guide to Network Programming Using Internet Sockets
Guide to Network Programming Using Internet Sockets 不错的网络编程书籍
Computer-aided diagnosis for pneumoconiosis using neural network

RBS-Fine-Grained Network Time Synchronization using Reference Broadcasts.PDF
RBS-Fine-Grained Network Time Synchronization <em>using</em> Reference Broadcasts.PDF，经典同步算法
yibEP LEARNING USING MATLAB NEURAL NETWORK APPLICATIONS.pdf
EP LEARNING USING MATLAB NEURAL NETWORK APPLICATIONS，一本不错的深度学习书籍。
wavelet小波分析
<em>wavelet</em>小波分析 对小波进行一些基础介绍

Wavelet Compression
DescriptionnnThe discrete <em>wavelet</em> transform is a popular tool for signal compression. In this problem, your job is to write a program to decompress a one-dimensional signal (a list of integers) that has been compressed by a simple <em>wavelet</em> transform.nnTo understand how this simple <em>wavelet</em> transform works, suppose that we have a list of an even number of integers. We compute the sum and difference of each pair of consecutive samples, resulting in two lists of sums and differences each having half the original length. Formally, if the original samples arenna(1),..., a(n)nthe i-th sum s(i) and difference d(i) are computed as:nfor i = 1,...,n/2:nn s(i) = a(2*i-1) + a(2*i)nn d(i) = a(2*i-1) - a(2*i)nThis is then rearranged to give the transformed signal by first listing the sums and then the differences. For example, if the input signal is:n 5, 2, 3, 2, 5, 7, 9, 6nThen the sum and difference signals are:n s(i) = 7, 5, 12, 15nn d(i) = 3, 1, -2, 3nThus, the transformed signal is:n 7, 5, 12, 15, 3, 1, -2, 3nThe same process is applied recursively to the first half of the transformed signal, treating s(i) as the input signal, until the length of the input signal is 1. In the example above, the final transformed signal is:nn 39, -15, 2, -3, 3, 1, -2, 3nIt is assumed that the length of the original input is a power of 2, and the input signal consists of integers between 0 and 255 (inclusive) only.nInputnnThe input consists of a number of cases. Each case is specified on a line, starting with an integer N (1 <= 256) indicating the number of samples. The next N integers are the transformed samples. The end of input is indicated by a case in which N = 0.nOutputnnFor each test case, output the original samples on a single line, separated by a single space.nSample Inputnn8 39 -15 2 -3 3 1 -2 3n4 10 -4 -1 -1n0nSample Outputnn5 2 3 2 5 7 9 6n1 2 3 4

1.小波变换产生的背景    小波变换是为了克服傅里叶变换产生的。由于傅里叶
wavelet packet

Image Analysis Using a dual-tree M-band wavelet transform

Wavelet Based Speech Signal De-noising using Hybrid Thresholding.pdf
A. M G Sumithra B. Dr. K Thanuskodi Wavelet Based Speech Signal De-noising <em>using</em> Hybrid Thresholding
Characterization of polarization attributes of seismic waves using continuous wavelet transforms
Characterization of polarization attributes of seismic waves <em>using</em> continuous <em>wavelet</em> transforms
Reconstruction For Visualisation Of Discrete Data Fields Using Wavelet Signal Processing

wavelet程序
<em>wavelet</em>编码 Mallat程序 详细的注释
wavelet pocket

THE WAVELET TUTORIAL

wavelet edge
matlab程序 用于小波边缘提取matlab程序 用于小波边缘提取matlab程序 用于小波边缘提取
labview wavelet
labview 小波去噪 可用于在labview中实现小波去噪功能
Wavelet(小波变换)
<em>wavelet</em>
wavelet 清华

time-verying filtering and signal estimation using wigner distribution synthesis techniques
IEEE文章，写的相当不错， 采用逼近的方法 利用信号的WD分布合成信号
Nonparametric Statistical Inference, Fourth Edition.pdf
Nonparametric Statistical Inference, Fourth Edition.详细介绍了非参数统计推断的相关方法及原理

Quad-quaternion MUSIC for DOA Estimation Using Electromagnetic Vector-Sensors，龚晓峰，徐友根，A new quad-quaternion model is herein established for a six-component electro-magnetic vector-sensor array, under which a multidimensional-algebra based direc-tion-of-arrival (DOA)

2004_Robust Distributed estimation in sensor networks using the embedded polygons algorithm
2004_Robust Distributed <em>estimation</em> in sensor <em>network</em>s <em>using</em> the embedded polygons algorithm
2D_3D Pose Estimation and Action Recognition using Multitask Deep Learning
Action Recognition Action Recognition Action Recognition Action Recognition Action Recognition Action Recognition Action Recognition Action Recognition Action Recognition
Realtime Multi-Person 2D Pose Estimation using Part Affinity Fields ∗中文版
Realtime Multi-Person 2D Pose Estimation <em>using</em> Part Affinity Fields 中文版，帮助想研究此论文的朋友节省时间

Global Correlation Based Ground Plane Estimation Using V-Disparity Image

Covariance Estimation for High Dimensional Data Vectors Using the Sparse Matrix Transform
Covariance <em>estimation</em> for high dimensional vectors is a classically difcult problem in statistical analysis and machine learning. In this paper, we propose a maximum likelihood (ML) approach to covariance <em>estimation</em>, which employs a novel sparsity constraint. More specically, the covariance is constrained to have an eigen decomposition which can be represented as a sparse matrix transform (SMT). The SMT is formed by a product of pairwise coordinate rotations known as Givens rotations. Using this framework, the covariance can be efciently estimated <em>using</em> greedy minimization of the log likelihood function, and the number of Givens rotations can be efciently computed <em>using</em> a cross-validation procedure. The resulting estimator is positive denite and well-conditioned even when the sample size is limited. Experiments on standard hyperspectral data sets show that the SMT covariance estimate is consistently more accurate than both traditional shrinkage estimates and recently proposed graphical lasso estimates for a variety of different classes and sample sizes.
Time delay estimation using the LMS adaptive filter-Dynamic behavior
LMS自适应时延估计延迟，通过LMS滤波去，得到最优权值矢量，最优权值对应延时值。动态分析
Vehicle Tracking with Heading Estimation using a Mono Camera System
Vehicle Tracking with Heading Estimation <em>using</em> a Mono Camera System
Realtime Multi-Person 2D Pose Estimation using Part Affinity Fields ∗ 源代码
Realtime Multi-Person 2D Pose Estimation <em>using</em> Part Affinity Fields ∗ 源代码　open pose 实时人体姿态估计 caffe+python+matlab

A Java Tool for Exploring State Estimation using the Kalman Filter
A Java Tool for Exploring State Estimation <em>using</em> the Kalman Filter
Off-grid direction of arrival estimation using sparse Bayesian inference

2D/3D Pose Estimation and Action Recognition using Multitask Deep Learning
Action recognition and human pose <em>estimation</em> are closely related but both problems are generally handled as distinct tasks in the literature. In this work, we pro- pose a multitask framework for jointly 2D and 3D pose <em>estimation</em> from still images and human action recogni- tion from video sequences. We show that a single archi- tecture can be used to solve the two problems in an effi- cient way and still achieves state-of-the-art results. Ad- ditionally, we demonstrate that optimization from end-to- end leads to significantly higher accuracy than separated learning. The proposed architecture can be trained with data from different categories simultaneously in a seam- lessly way. The reported results on four datasets (MPII, Human3.6M, Penn Action and NTU) demonstrate the effec- tiveness of our method on the targeted tasks.
Time delay estimation using the LMS adaptive filter--Dynamic behavior
LMS自适应时延估计延迟，通过LMS滤波去，得到最优权值矢量，最优权值对应延时值。
Linear Estimation

estimation theory
<em>estimation</em> theory 美国一流大学电子系课件...
parameter estimation state estimation engineering approach MATLAB.pdf
Classification, parameter <em>estimation</em>, and state <em>estimation</em>_ an engineering approach <em>using</em> MATLA，英文版
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