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Detección de patrones en señales temporales

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  • Gabriel Pérez Lance

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Una señal representa la evolución de una magnitud física a través del tiempo. El modo en que esa función temporal cambia, aporta información y puede contener determinados patrones. El conocimiento del momento en que tiene lugar un patrón previamente especificado, es de suma importancia para muchas aplicaciones. Se analiza cómo aplicar la teoría de la información y los conceptos de convolución y correlación de señales, para determinar en qué momento tiene lugar un determinado evento dentro de una señal dada. Se utilizan los modelos desarrollados en un caso concreto, de modo tal de observar su utilidad y contrastar los resultados con las observaciones realizadas.

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  • Gabriel Pérez Lance, 2019. "Detección de patrones en señales temporales," CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. 709, Universidad del CEMA.
  • Handle: RePEc:cem:doctra:709
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