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Dynamic programming based time-delay estimation technique for analysis of time-varying time-delay
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10.1063/1.3280161
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Illustration of local matching residual matrix with a probable minimum path.

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Flow diagram for creating two pairs of simulated data signals, with same delay but statistically different noises.

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(a) Power spectrum of a typical turbulence signal from BES diagnostic (dotted line) along with the fitted Gaussian function used as the noise-free carrier signal for dynamic programming based TDE technique. Also shown is the spectrum of input delay signal used in the calculations. (b) Comparison of different TDE techniques.

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(a) Change in transfer function with the change in imposed time-delay amplitude. (b) Improvement in transfer function with increase in for high values of delay amplitude. (c) Improvement in transfer function with interpolation for small values of time-delay.

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(a) Power spectra of carrier signals used for comparing the effects of carrier spectra shape. (b) Transfer functions for the carriers shown in (a) along with one having a shorter bandwidth of .

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Correlated and uncorrelated components of the signal along with SNR plot, showing that the SNR closely follows the correlated signal.

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(a) SNR plots for various noise factor multipliers of white noise added to the Gaussian carrier signal. (b) Transfer functions of dynamic programming TDE technique for SNR plots shown in (a).

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(a) Cross-coherency of poloidal velocity fluctuation at gradually increasing poloidal distances, showing GAM as a coherent fluctuation around 15 kHz. (b) Phase shifts in GAM in poloidal and radial directions. (c) Change in GAM frequency with the change in plasma temperature in a single plasma shot.

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Scitation: Dynamic programming based time-delay estimation technique for analysis of time-varying time-delay
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/rsi/81/1/10.1063/1.3280161
10.1063/1.3280161
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