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Uncertainty-Based Non-Parametric Active Peak Detection

by   Praneeth Narayanamurthy, et al.

Active, non-parametric peak detection is considered. As a use case, active source localization is examined and an uncertainty-based sampling scheme algorithm to effectively localize the peak from a few energy measurements is designed. It is shown that under very mild conditions, the source localization error with m actively chosen energy measurements scales as O(log^2 m/m). Numerically, it is shown that in low-sample regimes, the proposed method enjoys superior performance on several types of data and outperforms the state-of-the-art passive source localization approaches and in the low sample regime, can outperform greedy methods as well.


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