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Tsallis Wavelet Entropy and Its Application in Power Signal Analysis
AbstractAs a novel data mining approach, a wavelet entropy algorithm is used to perform entropy statistics on wavelet coefficients (or reconstructed signals) at various wavelet scales on the basis of wavelet decomposition and entropy statistic theory. Shannon wavelet energy entropy, one kind of wavelet entropy algorithm, has been taken into consideration and utilized in many areas since it came into being. However, as there is wavelet aliasing after the wavelet decomposition, and the information set of different-scale wavelet decomposition coefficients (or reconstructed signals) is non-additive to a certain extent, Shannon entropy, which is more adaptable to extensive systems, couldn’t do accurate uncertainty statistics on the wavelet decomposition results. Therefore, the transient signal features are extracted incorrectly by using Shannon wavelet energy entropy. From the two aspects, the theoretical limitations and negative effects of wavelet aliasing on extraction accuracy, the problems which exist in the feature extraction process of transient signals by Shannon wavelet energy entropy, are discussed in depth. Considering the defects of Shannon wavelet energy entropy, a novel wavelet entropy named Tsallis wavelet energy entropy is proposed by using Tsallis entropy instead of Shannon entropy, and it is applied to the feature extraction of transient signals in power systems. Theoretical derivation and experimental result prove that compared with Shannon wavelet energy entropy, Tsallis wavelet energy entropy could reduce the negative effects of wavelet aliasing on accuracy of feature extraction and extract transient signal feature of power system accurately.
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Chen, J.; Li, G. Tsallis Wavelet Entropy and Its Application in Power Signal Analysis. Entropy 2014, 16, 3009-3025.View more citation formats
Chen J, Li G. Tsallis Wavelet Entropy and Its Application in Power Signal Analysis. Entropy. 2014; 16(6):3009-3025.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chen, Jikai; Li, Guoqing. 2014. "Tsallis Wavelet Entropy and Its Application in Power Signal Analysis." Entropy 16, no. 6: 3009-3025.