A dedicated methodology for irreversible compression of Gravitational Waves Sound with high quality reconstruction.

Laura Rebollo-Neira, Angel Plastino

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Abstract

A dedicated method for irreversible compression of Gravitational Waves Sound with high quality recovery is proposed. The performance is tested on the sound signal which has been produced with the first gravitational wave that was detected, and on 36 theoretically generated signals. The approach is based on a model for data reduction rendering high quality approximation of the signals. The reduction of dimensionality is achieved by selecting elementary components from a redundant dictionary. Comparisons with the compression standard MP3 demonstrate the merit of the dedicated technique for compressing this type of sound.

Original languageEnglish
Article number122206
JournalPhysica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications
Volume535
Early online date8 Aug 2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2019

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Gravitational Waves
gravitational waves
Compression
methodology
acoustics
Methodology
dictionaries
Data Reduction
data reduction
compressing
Rendering
Dimensionality
Recovery
recovery
Approximation
approximation
Demonstrate
Sound
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Keywords

  • Compression by dictionaries
  • Gravitational Waves Sound
  • Sparse representation of Gravitational Waves Sound

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