TFSAP

Efficient software platform TFSAP 7.1 and Matlab package to compute Time-Frequency Distributions and related Time-Scale methods with extraction of signal characteristics. This article describes the source code used in the TFSAP toolbox (Boashash, 2016). It is extended with additional functions to allow reproducible research as presented in Boashash and Ouelha (in press). These codes can be used for analysis and classification to (1) generate Time–Frequencydistributions (TFDs) or Time-Scale distributions (TSDs), (2) extract efficient features for change detection and (3) select the most relevant features using different techniques (Boashash and Ouelha, 2016). The code can be downloaded from: https://github.com/ElsevierSoftwareX/SOFTX-D-17-00059.


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