Using real-world projects to display the methods of wavelet transform of 1D time series dateset
Wavelet Transforms (WT) or wavelet analysis is probably the most recent solution to overcome the shortcomings of the Fourier Transform (FT). WT transforms a signal in period (or frequency) without losing time resolution. In the signal processing context, WT provides a method to decompose an input signal of interest into a set of elementary waveforms, i.e. “wavelets”., and then analyze the signal by examining the coefficients (or weights) of these wavelets.
Wavelets transform can be used for stationary and nonstationary signals, including but not limited to the following:
- noise removal from the signals
- trend analysis and forecasting
- detection of abrupt discontinuities, change, or abnormal behavior, etc. and
- compression of large amounts of data
- the new image compression standard called JPEG2000 is fully based on wavelets
- data encryption.e. secure the data
- Combine it with machine learning to improve the modelling accuracy
In this course, you will learn the concepts and processes of single-level and multi-level 1D Discrete Wavelet Transforms through simple easy understand diagrams and examples and two concrete world-real cases and exercises. After this course, you will be able to decompose a 1D time series signal into approximation and details coefficients, reconstruct and partial reconstruct the signal, make noise reduction from the data signal, and visualize the results using beautiful figures.
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