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Signal Processing toolkit

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Table of contents


New Updates

<mark>New Updates</mark>:: Decision Tree View Notebooks

<mark>Version: 0.0.7</mark>

  • Analysing the performance measure of trained tree at different depth - with ONE-TIME Training ONLY
  • Optimize the depth of tree
  • Shrink the trained tree with optimal depth
  • Plot the Learning Curve
  • Classification: Compute the probability and counts of label at a leaf for given example sample
  • Regression: Compute the standard deviation and number of training samples at a leaf for given example sample

  • <mark>Version: 0.0.6</mark>: Works with catogorical features without converting them into binary vector
  • <mark>Version: 0.0.5</mark>: Toy examples to understand the effect of incresing max_depth of Decision Tree

Installation

Requirement: numpy, matplotlib, scipy.stats, scikit-learn

with pip

pip install spkit

update with pip

pip install spkit --upgrade

Build from the source

Download the repository or clone it with git, after cd in directory build it from source with

python setup.py install

Functions list

Signal Processing Techniques

Information Theory functions for real valued signals

  • Entropy : Shannon entropy, Rényi entropy of order α, Collision entropy
  • Joint entropy
  • Conditional entropy
  • Mutual Information
  • Cross entropy
  • Kullback–Leibler divergence
  • Computation of optimal bin size for histogram using FD-rule
  • Plot histogram with optimal bin size

Matrix Decomposition

  • SVD
  • ICA using InfoMax, Extended-InfoMax, FastICA & Picard

Linear Feedback Shift Register

  • pylfsr

Continuase Wavelet Transform and other functions comming soon..

Machine Learning models - with visualizations

  • Logistic Regression
  • Naive Bayes
  • Decision Trees
  • DeepNet (to be updated)

Examples

Information Theory

View in notebook

import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import spkit as sp

x = np.random.rand(10000)
y = np.random.randn(10000)

#Shannan entropy
H_x= sp.entropy(x,alpha=1)
H_y= sp.entropy(y,alpha=1)

#Rényi entropy
Hr_x= sp.entropy(x,alpha=2)
Hr_y= sp.entropy(y,alpha=2)

H_xy= sp.entropy_joint(x,y)

H_x1y= sp.entropy_cond(x,y)
H_y1x= sp.entropy_cond(y,x)

I_xy = sp.mutual_Info(x,y)

H_xy_cross= sp.entropy_cross(x,y)

D_xy= sp.entropy_kld(x,y)


print('Shannan entropy')
print('Entropy of x: H(x) = ',H_x)
print('Entropy of y: H(y) = ',H_y)
print('-')
print('Rényi entropy')
print('Entropy of x: H(x) = ',Hr_x)
print('Entropy of y: H(y) = ',Hr_y)
print('-')
print('Mutual Information I(x,y) = ',I_xy)
print('Joint Entropy H(x,y) = ',H_xy)
print('Conditional Entropy of : H(x|y) = ',H_x1y)
print('Conditional Entropy of : H(y|x) = ',H_y1x)
print('-')
print('Cross Entropy of : H(x,y) = :',H_xy_cross)
print('Kullback–Leibler divergence : Dkl(x,y) = :',D_xy)



plt.figure(figsize=(12,5))
plt.subplot(121)
sp.HistPlot(x,show=False)

plt.subplot(122)
sp.HistPlot(y,show=False)
plt.show()

Independent Component Analysis

View in notebook

from spkit import ICA
from spkit.data import load_data
X,ch_names = load_data.eegSample()

x = X[128*10:128*12,:]
t = np.arange(x.shape[0])/128.0

ica = ICA(n_components=14,method='fastica')
ica.fit(x.T)
s1 = ica.transform(x.T)

ica = ICA(n_components=14,method='infomax')
ica.fit(x.T)
s2 = ica.transform(x.T)

ica = ICA(n_components=14,method='picard')
ica.fit(x.T)
s3 = ica.transform(x.T)

ica = ICA(n_components=14,method='extended-infomax')
ica.fit(x.T)
s4 = ica.transform(x.T)

Machine Learning

Logistic Regression - View in notebook

Naive Bayes - View in notebook

Decision Trees - View in notebook

[source code] | [jupyter-notebooks]

Plottng tree while training

**view in repository **

Linear Feedback Shift Register

import numpy as np
from spkit.pylfsr import LFSR
## Example 1  ## 5 bit LFSR with x^5 + x^2 + 1
L = LFSR()
L.info()
L.next()
L.runKCycle(10)
L.runFullCycle()
L.info()
tempseq = L.runKCycle(10000)    # generate 10000 bits from current state

Contacts:

PhD Student: Queen Mary University of London


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