Jaidev Deshpande

2011-12-26 17:39:29 UTC

Hi

I gave a talk at SciPy India 2011 about a Python implementation of the

Hilbert-Huang Transform that I was working on. The HHT is a method

used as an alternative to Fourier and Wavelet analyses of nonlinear

and nonstationary data. Following the talk Gael Varoquaux said that

there's room for a separate scikit for signal processing. He also gave

a lightning talk about bootstrapping a SciPy community project soon

after.

So with this list let us start working out what the project should be like.

For noobs like me, Gael's talk was quite a useful guide. Here's the

link to a gist he made about it - https://gist.github.com/1433151

Here's the link to my SciPy talk:

http://urtalk.kpoint.in/kapsule/gcc-57b6c86b-2f12-4244-950c-a34360a2cc1f/view/search/tag%3Ascipy

I personally am researching nonlinear and nonstationary signal

processing, I'd love to know what others can bring to this project.

Also, let's talk about the limitations of the current signal

processing tools available in SciPy and other scikits. I think there's

a lot of documentation to be worked out, and there is also a lack of

physically meaningful examples in the documentation.

Thanks

PS: I'm ccing a few people who might already be on the scipy-dev list.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

I gave a talk at SciPy India 2011 about a Python implementation of the

Hilbert-Huang Transform that I was working on. The HHT is a method

used as an alternative to Fourier and Wavelet analyses of nonlinear

and nonstationary data. Following the talk Gael Varoquaux said that

there's room for a separate scikit for signal processing. He also gave

a lightning talk about bootstrapping a SciPy community project soon

after.

So with this list let us start working out what the project should be like.

For noobs like me, Gael's talk was quite a useful guide. Here's the

link to a gist he made about it - https://gist.github.com/1433151

Here's the link to my SciPy talk:

http://urtalk.kpoint.in/kapsule/gcc-57b6c86b-2f12-4244-950c-a34360a2cc1f/view/search/tag%3Ascipy

I personally am researching nonlinear and nonstationary signal

processing, I'd love to know what others can bring to this project.

Also, let's talk about the limitations of the current signal

processing tools available in SciPy and other scikits. I think there's

a lot of documentation to be worked out, and there is also a lack of

physically meaningful examples in the documentation.

Thanks

PS: I'm ccing a few people who might already be on the scipy-dev list.

Sorry for the inconvenience.