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### Is deep learning killing image processing/computer vision?

On the top of this answer, you can see a section of updated links, where artificial intelligence, machine intelligence, deep learning or and database machine learning progressively step of the grounds ...
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### Meaning of Hilbert Transform

One application of the Hilbert Transform is to obtain a so-called Analytic Signal. For signal $s(t)$, its Hilbert Transform $\hat{s}(t)$ is defined as a composition: $$s_A(t)=s(t)+j\hat{s}(t)$$ The ...
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### What are advantages of having higher sampling rate of a signal?

Sampling at a higher frequency will give you more effective number of bits (ENOB), up to the limits of the spurious free dynamic range of the Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) you are using (as well ...

### Replacing "e" in Euler's formula with another number

Say you're interested in $$M^{j2\pi f_0 t}. \tag{1}$$ Note that $$M = e^{\log M},$$ so $(1)$ can be written as \begin{align} M^{j2\pi f_0 t} &= \left( e^{\log M} \right) ^ {j2\pi f_0 t} \\ &= ...

### Is deep learning killing image processing/computer vision?

First, there is nothing wrong with doing grad work in image processing or computer vision and using deep learning. Deep learning is not killing image processing and computer vision, it is merely the ...

### Is there any practical application for performing a double Fourier transform? ...or an inverse Fourier transform on a time-domain input?

No, taking the Fourier transform twice is equivalent to time inversion (or inversion of whatever dimension you're in). You just get $x(-t)$ times a constant which depends on the type of scaling you ...
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### Why doesn't sampling a periodic continuous-time signal yield a periodic discrete-time signal?

If the ratio between your sampling frequency and the frequency of your signal is irrational, you will not have a periodic discrete signal. Assuming you have a 1-kHz sine wave and you sample at 3000*...

### Meaning of Hilbert Transform

In layman terms, the Hilbert transform, when used on real data, provides "a true (instantaneous) amplitude" (and some more) for stationary phenomena, by turning them into "specific" complex data. For ...

### Is there any practical application for performing a double Fourier transform? ...or an inverse Fourier transform on a time-domain input?

Whilst taking the Fourier transform directly twice in a row just gives you a trivial time-inversion that would be much cheaper to implement without FT, there is useful stuff that can be done by taking ...
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### Is there any practical application for performing a double Fourier transform? ...or an inverse Fourier transform on a time-domain input?

"Is there any practical application?" Definitely yes, at least to check code, and bound errors. Especially for huge data or a large number of iterations "In theory, theory and practice ...

### Why Does the DFT Assume the Transformed Signal Is Periodic?

There are already some good answers, but I still feel like adding yet another explanation, because I consider this topic extremely important for the understanding of many aspects of digital signal ...

### What's the noise in this signal ? (Beginner question)

From the spectrogram (frequency domain plot) you have a large signal at 60 Hz and harmonics. This will be mains pickup if this was recorded in a area with a 60 Hz mains supply. On the upper time plot ...

### Why does a longer observation time improve DFT resolution, but repeating a signal does not?

Why is this not equivalent to simply observing the signal for 1 period, and then paste it together N times? It's only equivalent if certain conditions are met. Let's look at a single sine wave with ...

### How to learn MUSIC algorithm?

Read the original paper: Schmidt, R. O. "Multiple Emitter Location and Signal Parameter Estimation." IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation. Vol. AP-34, March, 1986, pp. 276–280 You may also ...
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### Shift a signal by fraction of a sample

There's a good overview article which appeared in 1996 in the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine: Splitting the unit delay: tools for fractional delay filter design. The nice thing about it is that there'...

### Is deep learning killing image processing/computer vision?

No Deep Learning isn't killing Image Processing. You need huge datasets and lots of computational resources to do deep learning. There are plenty of applications where it is desirable to be able to do ...

### Is deep learning killing image processing/computer vision?

Today we had a discussion with a friend of mine. It was a rainy day here in Munich, while a large portion of Europe was having a kind of sunny atmosphere. People were sharing photographs in social ...

### Is there any practical application for performing a double Fourier transform? ...or an inverse Fourier transform on a time-domain input?

2D Fourier transform (2D DFT) is used in image processing since an image can be seen as a 2D signal. E.g. for a grayscale image $I$, $I(x,y)=z$, that means that at the coordinates $x$ and $y$ the ...