Automatic Threshold Determination for a Local Approach of Change Detection in Long-Term Signal Recordings

Wassim El Falou 1, 2 Mohamad Khalil 2 Jacques Duchene 1 David Hewson 1
1 M2S - Modélisation et Sûreté des Systèmes
ISTIT - Institut des Sciences et Technologies de l'Information de Troyes
Abstract : CUSUM (cumulative sum) is a well-known method that can be used to detect changes in a signal when the parameters of this signal are known. This paper presents an adaptation of the CUSUM-based change detection algorithms to long-term signal recordings where the various hypotheses contained in the signal are unknown. The starting point of the work was the dynamic cumulative sum (DCS) algorithm, previously developed for application to long-term electromyography (EMG) recordings. DCS has been improved in two ways. The first was a new procedure to estimate the distribution parameters to ensure the respect of the detectability property. The second was the definition of two separate, automatically determined thresholds. One of them (lower threshold) acted to stop the estimation process, the other one (upper threshold) was applied to the detection function. The automatic determination of the thresholds was based on the Kullback-Leibler distance which gives information about the distance between the detected segments (events). Tests on simulated data demonstrated the efficiency of these improvements of the DCS algorithm.
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Wassim El Falou, Mohamad Khalil, Jacques Duchene, David Hewson. Automatic Threshold Determination for a Local Approach of Change Detection in Long-Term Signal Recordings. EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, SpringerOpen, 2007, 2007 (1), ⟨10.1155/2007/24748⟩. ⟨hal-02303509⟩

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