cfamily: Ridge Chaining Procedure

Description Usage Arguments Details Value References See Also Examples

Description

Chains the ridge estimates produced by the function crc.

Usage

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cfamily(ccridge, bstep=1, nbchain=100, ptile=0.05)

Arguments

ccridge

unchained ridge set as the output of the function crc

bstep

maximal length for a gap in a ridge.

nbchain

maximal number of chains produced by the function.

ptile

relative threshold for the ridges.

Details

crc returns a measure in time-frequency (or time-scale) space. cfamily turns it into a series of one-dimensional objects (ridges). The measure is first thresholded, with a relative threshold value set to the input parameter ptile. During the chaining procedure, gaps within a given ridge are allowed and filled in. The maximal length of such gaps is the input parameter bstep.

Value

Returns the results of the chaining algorithm

ordered map

image containing the ridges (displayed with different colors)

chain

2D array containing the chained ridges, according to the chain data structure
chain[,1]: first point of the ridge
chain[,2]: length of the chain
chain[,3:(chain[,2]+2)]: values of the ridge

nbchain

number of chains produced by the algorithm

References

See discussion in text of “Practical Time-Frequency Analysis”.

See Also

crc for the ridge estimation, and crcrec, gcrcrec and scrcrec for corresponding reconstruction functions.

Examples

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## Not run: 
   data(HOWAREYOU)
 plot.ts(HOWAREYOU)
 
cgtHOWAREYOU <- cgt(HOWAREYOU,70,0.01,100)

clHOWAREYOU <- crc(Mod(cgtHOWAREYOU),nbclimb=1000)

cfHOWAREYOU <- cfamily(clHOWAREYOU,ptile=0.001)
image(cfHOWAREYOU$ordered > 0)

## End(Not run)

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