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Saravanakumar Chandrasekaran

Last seen: 2 days ago Active since 2021

Interested in Machine Learning, Signal Processing, VLSI, Bio informatics

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Pizza!
Given a circular pizza with radius _z_ and thickness _a_, return the pizza's volume. [ _z_ is first input argument.] Non-scor...

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Convolution of two .wav files and deconvolve to get back original
i have convolved two audio files in .WAV format (y1 and y2) to compute y3. Now i would like to de convolve ( i mean i m trying t...

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How to convert binartized image back to original image
i have binarized the image using the following code. orgImage = imread('coins.png'); binImage = imbinarize(orgImage); How ...

8 months ago | 1 answer | 0

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Times 2 - START HERE
Try out this test problem first. Given the variable x as your input, multiply it by two and put the result in y. Examples:...

8 months ago

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plot not displaying figure
You are trying to a logical check for data_useful.DateTime.Hour==8. so at all times it is getting failed. in the suggestion ...

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classifier App - 71.6% accuracy is acceptable?
The classifier app returns me that it is 71.6% accurate. my test data set is 500. i used 15 fold. is it advisable to u...

9 months ago | 0 answers | 0

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how to get the index from the plot for a specific condition
Here is my code::::: myX = [4453,5157,1,2302,191,1294,402,4340,1,2145,1,705,1322,1450,1210,1310,1209,1300,1475,1603]; thresh...

11 months ago | 1 answer | 0

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How to determine mean amplitude and Mean normalized frequency of a PSD
I have two questions 1. i need to determine FFT of a discrete sequence. Then i have to calculate the PSD of FFT. Then mean amp...

12 months ago | 0 answers | 0

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Standard deviation of a 1D array for a particular range
I would like to compute the standard deviation of my 1D array only for a particular range of indices. my_array = [1 2 3 4 5 6 ...

1 year ago | 1 answer | 0

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