Wavelet Time Shift Properties Integration with Support Vector Machines

05/20/2005 ∙ by Jaime Gomez, et al. ∙ 0

This paper presents a short evaluation about the integration of information derived from wavelet non-linear-time-invariant (non-LTI) projection properties using Support Vector Machines (SVM). These properties may give additional information for a classifier trying to detect known patterns hidden by noise. In the experiments we present a simple electromagnetic pulsed signal recognition scheme, where some improvement is achieved with respect to previous work. SVMs are used as a tool for information integration, exploiting some unique properties not easily found in neural networks.

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