Processing Method for End Effect of Local Mean Decomposition Based on Extreme Point and Distant

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The end effect of the local Mean Decomposition (LMD) causes serious distortion of the LMD decomposition results. And the most important factor of influence end effect is the extreme point and its distance, so the paper extracted the several factors, and composed of different sequences, using support vector machine (SVM) method respectively on the sets of data to predict, makes the original data can be extended. The research on the simulation signal and vibration signal shows that the method can effectively restrain the end effect of the decomposition.

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Prof. Jong Wan Hu

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574-581

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Q. C. Chi et al., "Processing Method for End Effect of Local Mean Decomposition Based on Extreme Point and Distant", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 851, pp. 574-581, 2016

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August 2016

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