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Software: Time-frequency toolbox for matlab.
 
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 1997 11:27 am    
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#11 Software: Time-frequency toolbox for matlab.

Announcement of a TIME-FREQUENCY TOOLBOX, for use with Matlab.

The Time-Frequency Toolbox is a collection of about 100 M-files,
developed for the analysis of non-stationary signals using
time-frequency distributions. It consists in groups of signal
generation files, processing files and post-processing files
(including visualization tools).

The toolbox contains numerous algorithms for time-frequency signal
analysis, with special emphasis on quadratic energy distributions
within Cohen's class and the affine class, including most recent
developments based on reassignment.

As usual under Matlab, each function of the toolbox has a help entry
and is documented in a reference manual. Several demonstration M-files
are also available, showing the possibilities of the toolbox, and
following the contents of a user's guide.

The toolbox is primary intended for researchers and engineers with
some basic knowledge in signal processing. It requires Matlab v4.2c
(or later version) and the Signal Processing Toolbox, v3.0 or later.

The Time-Frequency Toolbox has been developed by Francois Auger,
Olivier Lemoine, Paulo Goncalves and Patrick Flandrin, under the
auspices of the French CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche
Scientifique) and Rice University.

It is available for free.

All necessary information on how to download it can be found at any of
the following web sites:

http://www.physique.ens-lyon.fr/ts/tftb.html

http://iutsn.univ-nantes.fr/~auger/tftb.html

http://www-syntim.inria.fr/fractales/Software/TFTB/tftb.html
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