Neutrosophic approach for enhancing quality of signals

Date

2019-03-07

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Journal Title

Journal ISSN

ISSN

1380-7501

Volume Title

Publisher

Springer

Type

Article

Peer reviewed

Yes

Abstract

Information in a signal is often followed by undesirable disturbance which is termed as noise. Preventing noise in the signal leads to signal integrity, which also leads to better signal quality. The previous related works have the major issues while reducing noise in signals regarding assumptions, frequency and time domain, etc. This paper proposes a new Neutrosophic approach to reduce noises and errors in signal transmission. In the proposed method, confidence function is used as the truth membership function, which is associated with sampled time intervals. Then, we define a Dependency function at each time interval for the frequency of transmitted signal. Finally, a Falsehood function, which indicates the loss in information due to amplitude distortion, is defined. This function shows how much information has been lost. Our objective is to minimize the falsehood function using several neutrosophic systems. Experimental results show 1% decrease in loss compared to the original signal without PAM. It is shown the decrease of 0.1% if the frequency is shifted to a higher range.

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Keywords

Neutrosophic sets, Signal processing, Noise and Error

Citation

Jha, S., Kumar, R., Le Hoang, S., Chiclana, F., Puri, V., Priyadarshini, I. (2019) Neutrosophic approach for enhancing quality of signals. Multimedia Tools and Applications,

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Research Institute

Institute of Artificial Intelligence (IAI)