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Nonstationary signal processing

The group has a strong history of studying nonstationary signal processing, ranging from theoretical analalysis or development of approaches such as time-frequency methods, data-driven decompositions (e.g., Empirical Mode Decomposition), practical characterization of stationarity and non-stationarity. Many applications of these methods have been put forward as well by the group.

Nonstationary signal processing

The group has a strong history of studying nonstationary signal processing, ranging from theoretical analalysis or development of approaches such as time-frequency methods, data-driven decompositions (e.g., Empirical Mode Decomposition), practical characterization of stationarity and non-stationarity. Many applications of these methods have been put forward as well by the group.

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Contacts

Patrick Flandrin, Nelly Pustelnik, Pierre Borgnat

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