cross-correlation


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cross-correlation

[′krȯs kär·ə′lā·shən]
(statistics)
Correlation between corresponding members of two or more series: if q1, …, qn and r1, …, rn are two series, correlation between qi and ri, or between qi and ri + j (for fixed j), is a cross correlation.
Correlation between or expectation of the inner product of two series of random variables, where the difference in indices between the corresponding values of the two series is fixed.
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Hidaka, "Interaural cross-correlation, lateral fraction, and low-and high-frequency sound levels as measures of acoustical quality in concert halls", The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol.
For product-based matching, the average cross-correlation matching values for signal type 1 (constant primary signal with AWGN) and type 2 (random signal) and type 3 (AWGN only) are all less than 0.
Our analyses showed clear and strong cross-correlations for GBS and suspected cases of microcephaly with the original AEI outbreak in Salvador during 2015.
b) Examples of the peak cross-correlation coefficients (CCFs) over time after cross-correlating the EMG signals shown in (a).
1-8) show the most important cross-correlations between vocal parameters:
Caption: Figure 11: Maximum cross-correlation [[THETA].
M,O+1,m] to produce the cross-correlation between the code sequences [C.
j], i [not equal to] j , of span n and period N, the following bound on the periodic cross-correlation function [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] holds:
Based on optical time domain reflect meter chaotic [34] cross-correlation method as the optical fiber fault location [38] technology of new generation, using double optical feedback [40].
To increase robustness to our result, we further examine the cross-correlation between Industrial Index and LEI.