The higher order crossing (HOC) method for signal analysis (Kedem 1986a, 1994), based on the zero-crossing or level-crossing method, provides a useful descriptive and analytical tool that in many respects is analogous to conventional spectral analysis. This analogy has been proven by a series of mathematical theorems that show the potential for complete compatibility between HOC theory and spectral analyses based on the Fourier transform (Hurt 1989; Kedem and Li 1989). Important advantages of the HOC method are its simplicity and remarkable data reduction and information compression capabilities.

...

Published papers in the area of zero-crossing...

First Page Preview

First page PDF preview
You do not currently have access to this article.