NSGToolbox was created as an accessible and handy MATLAB routine collection that allows you to work with nonstationary Gabor transforms.
NSGToolbox is a useful MATLAB toolbox that enables you to make use of various frequency- and time-adaptive Gabor transforms.
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This toolbox allows you to perform 1D and 2D Gabor transforms,
involving time-dependent Gabor filters and Gabor functions,
in a nonstationary way.
Given the input data sequence x and its related time series t,
we can apply a time-dependent Gabor filter, whose
structural parameters are t-dependent, as follows:
t1 = 1; t2 = 2;t3 = 5;
t4 = 7; t5 = 9;
t6 = 11; t7 = 13;
You can define 1D Gabor transform using the struct function as follows:
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The NSGToolbox Cracked Accounts (Nonstationary Gabor Toolbox) provides several new matlab functions to be used with an implementation of the conventional Gabor filter and generates a variety of nonstationary Gabor filters that can be used to process such data sets. This toolbox provides the following additional functions.
Make use of nonstationary Gabor filters for various applications.
Evaluate the local means of a nonstationary Gabor transform along different orientations and scales.
Detect and quantify the occurrence of objects as local maxima of the local spectrum along different orientations and scales.
Simulate nonstationary Gabor filters by storing and manipulating the wavelets used to construct the filters.
Extract and analyze Gabor features for each of a set of ordered orientations and scale levels for a given time-frequency point.
Handle one or more sets of linear phase nonstationary Gabor filters for a given set of orientations and scales by using the Matlab function “cg” (Compensated Gaussian).
Set up the simulation.
Apply the Gabor transform on a signal with or without noise.
Apply local mean subtraction.
Apply logarithmic time-frequency analysis.
Detect and quantify the occurrence of a local minimum and maximum using the Matlab function “locminmax”.
Set up and run an iterative optimization algorithm to find the optimal frequency and time parameters.
Extract the spectrogram and the time-frequency data using “mgf” (matlab function) based on the given local minimum or maximum orientation, frequency and time to detect and quantify.
Any suggestions to increase performance of the matlab code are welcomed.
NSGToolbox contains three main functions to create a nonstationary Gabor filter and to apply the nonstationary Gabor filter on a signal and to detect and quantify the occurrence of local minima and maxima. Some additional functions to make use of nonstationary Gabor filters for various applications are also included. More…
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What’s New in the NSGToolbox?
This directory is a replacement for the original, outdated toolbox «NSGToolbox». The original version of the toolbox hasn’t been maintained recently and contains some issues and its code was difficult to maintain.
Latest version of the toolbox is addressed to a new user.
The main idea behind «NSGToolbox» was to create a collection of MATLAB routines that enable to make use of various frequency- and time-adaptive Gabor transforms.
Here are the tools available in NSGToolbox:
– QG(): frequency-adaptive Gabor transforms.
– TGT(): time-adaptive Gabor transform.
– GA(): Gabor analysis as one of the most important models for analyzing and describing the structure of signals.
– SA(): stationarity analysis based on the Hilbert–Huang transform.
– SM(): nonstationarity analysis.
– SRM(): the robustness and normality measures based on stationarity analysis.
– FDWM(): fast-discriminating windowed matched filtering.
– MEDA(): multilayer enhanced discriminant analysis based on multilayer perceptrons.
– TNDM(): time-variant neural network-based discriminant analysis.
– ICA(): independent component analysis.
– WT(): wavelet transform.
– SGTC(): the time-frequency synthesis from the superposition of multiple Gabor wavelets.
New features of NSGToolbox:
In-place editing of X and Y arguments (original implementation was done for workspace)
Thanks for all the help, it was greatly appreciated.
October 10, 2018 – 09:54
@Thomas: Thanks for your comment. First of all, thank you so much for using NSGToolbox!
It does look the same as the original version of the toolbox. However, it contains different scripts, as we had to update the code to the new version of MATLAB.
It is a pity
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