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Why so many methods of computing PSD?
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I wanted to add in to the only category that the first post didn't cover. The multitaper method is a non-parametric method for computing a power spectrum similar to the periodogram approach. In this ...

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Open access signal processing journal?
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The EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing is a Springer journal with open access. It sounds like the topic of your paper is appropriate for it. The impact factor is not as high as IEEE ...

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High Level Process, Calculating Cepstrum When You Only Have Spectrum
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The cepstrum is defined as: $C = | \mathcal{F} \log( P(f) ) |^2$ $\mathcal{F}$ is a Fourier transform and $P(f)$ is the power spectrum. If you've got the power spectrum for the signal there is no ...

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A few questions about Slepian and generalized gaussian windows
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The Slepian sequences are a family of functions. Most algorithms calculate 2*NW - 1 sequences at once for a given NW. N is the number of points in the sequence and W decides half the width of the ...

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Variance of periodogram estimate of the power spectrum
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There are two sources of error in estimating a quantity: variance and bias. In your question you have only considered variance. The improvement in the spectrum estimate using the periodogram comes ...

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