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Volume 49, 2022International Conference on Applied Mathematics and Numerical Methods – fourth edition (ICAMNM 2022)
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|Published online||16 November 2022|
Comparison of commercial and original methods for denoising electrical waveforms with constant or linearly variable magnitudes
Department of Computer Science and IT, University of Craiova, DJ 200440, ROMANIA
2 Department of Electrical Engineering, Energetic and Aerospatial, University of Craiova, Craiova, DJ 200440, ROMANIA
3 Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Craiova, DJ 200585, ROMANIA
4 Doctoral School of Faculty of Applied Sciences, Politehnica University of Bucharest, 060042 Bucharest, Romania
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Acquired electrical waveforms can be affected by white noise. The 1-st part of the paper analysis deals with the denoising of multi-period steady signals by using 3 methods: mean signal method, an original method relying on wavelet packet trees and the method implemented by the wavelet-based Matlab function wden. The signal length influence over the mean signal method’s accuracy is studied. The results yielded by the other 2 methods are also analyzed considering signals with 7 periods. Afterward the wavelet-based methods are used to denoise segments of 7 periods with linearly variable magnitudes (ascending or descending) for 3 different slopes. Artificial test signals, with rich harmonic content, were used. They were polluted by sets of 10 white noises with different powers. Maximum absolute deviations and mean square root deviations were computed considering the original signals, before pollution, versus the corresponding denoised signal. The metrics were computed relative to the maximum absolute value of the noise and allowed to determine the most accurate method.
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