Online Denoising Based on the Second-Order Adaptive Statistics Model
AbstractOnline denoising is motivated by real-time applications in the industrial process, where the data must be utilizable soon after it is collected. Since the noise in practical process is usually colored, it is quite a challenge for denoising techniques. In this paper, a novel online denoising method was proposed to achieve the processing of the practical measurement data with colored noise, and the characteristics of the colored noise were considered in the dynamic model via an adaptive parameter. The proposed method consists of two parts within a closed loop: the first one is to estimate the system state based on the second-order adaptive statistics model and the other is to update the adaptive parameter in the model using the Yule–Walker algorithm. Specifically, the state estimation process was implemented via the Kalman filter in a recursive way, and the online purpose was therefore attained. Experimental data in a reinforced concrete structure test was used to verify the effectiveness of the proposed method. Results show the proposed method not only dealt with the signals with colored noise, but also achieved a tradeoff between efficiency and accuracy. View Full-Text
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Yi, S.-L.; Jin, X.-B.; Su, T.-L.; Tang, Z.-Y.; Wang, F.-F.; Xiang, N.; Kong, J.-L. Online Denoising Based on the Second-Order Adaptive Statistics Model. Sensors 2017, 17, 1668.
Yi S-L, Jin X-B, Su T-L, Tang Z-Y, Wang F-F, Xiang N, Kong J-L. Online Denoising Based on the Second-Order Adaptive Statistics Model. Sensors. 2017; 17(7):1668.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yi, Sheng-Lun; Jin, Xue-Bo; Su, Ting-Li; Tang, Zhen-Yun; Wang, Fa-Fa; Xiang, Na; Kong, Jian-Lei. 2017. "Online Denoising Based on the Second-Order Adaptive Statistics Model." Sensors 17, no. 7: 1668.
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