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Doubt about xcorr function

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is multiobjective xcorr possible?

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expression for autocorrelation using 'xcorr' with 'coeff' in MATLAB ?

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cross correlation plot- symmetry about y axis

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on 13 Aug 2014
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Xcorr in a concrete situation: normalized/not (and how is it better?), biased/unbiased?

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Normalized crosscorrelation using xcorr, warped image gives higher peaks than self-similar.

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Comparing two audio signals (guitar chords recognizer)

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how can i use xcorr function to detect pitch of a speech signal

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Finding Autocorrelation function with xcorr

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on 22 Jan 2014
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how to solve equation for autocorelation of signal

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on 29 Dec 2013
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Normxcorr2 and xcorr2

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on 29 Nov 2011
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xcorr function doesnt change its max. even i delayed the signal

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on 12 Oct 2013
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xcorr returning a triangular shaped plot

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corrcoef mistakenly gives 1 for different amplitude waveforms

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How to get lag with xcorr2

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Using xcorr in pitch detections

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on 21 Aug 2011
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help needed on dfilt.fftfir

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on 17 May 2012
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Averaging Autocorrelations

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Autocorrelations and Correlogram

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on 16 Mar 2012
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cross correlation mismatch

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using coefficients with xcorr2

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on 10 Jan 2012
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xcorr zero lag

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plotting xcorr

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on 28 Dec 2011
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Delay using Cross correlation

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on 19 Dec 2011
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Why xcorr 'coef' is used by correlation coefficients?

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on 5 Dec 2011
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Signal Processing - Cross-Correlation to obtain Lag times.

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