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On the use of time-frequency warping operators for analysis of marine-mammal signals

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Abstract

Processing marine-mammal signals for passive oceanic acoustic tomography or species classification are problems that have recently attracted attention in scientific literature. Practically, it has been observed that the time-frequency structures of the marine-mammal signals are generally non-linear. This fact dramatically affects the performances achieved by the Cohen's class methods, knowing that these methods correctly perform only for linear time-frequency structures. Fortunately, it is possible to generate other class of time-frequency representations (TFRs) using the warping operator principle. Based on this principle, we propose a new method for marine-mammal signal characterization. More precisely, many warping operators will be used to “linearize” the time-frequency content of the signal. Furthermore, the chirp-like structures will be estimated. The results obtained for real data illustrate the attractive outlines of the proposed method.
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hal-00317948 , version 1 (03-09-2008)

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Cornel Ioana, André Quinquis. On the use of time-frequency warping operators for analysis of marine-mammal signals. 2004. ⟨hal-00317948⟩
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