Recognition of phonendoscops signals in the area of autocorrelation functions and linear prognostication coefficient
Keywords:phonendoscops signals, autocorrelation functions, linear prognostication
AbstractRecognition of signals of pfonendoskops is examined from positions of classic verification task of statistical hypotheses in an aggregate with adaptive approach at which the optimum algorithm of noises treatment was complemented by procedure of studies, based on the use of breathing noises. Efficiency of classification in autocorrelation functions area and in linear prognostication coefficient area was investigated
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