A Study of the Screening Efficiency of a Probability Sieve Based on Higher-Order Spectrum Analysis and Support Vector Machines
Aiming at drawbacks of current methods for predicting the screening efficiency of probability sieve, this paper proposed a method of predict and study the screening efficiency of probability sieve based on higher-order spectrum(HOS) analysis and support vector machines(SVMs). First setting up trispectrum model with the vibration signals, then fitting out polynomial with least square method using the data which get out by the reconstruct power spectrum. Finaly, using support vector machines to predicting the screening efficiency with the coefficient of the polynomial as the sample input. The results show that the relative errors are all less than 2.4% and the absolute errors are all less than 0.021, which is ideal for efficiency forecast.
Yungang Li, Pengcheng Wang, Liqun Ai, Xiaoming Sang and Jinglong Bu
Z. Z. Shi and Y. J. Huang, "A Study of the Screening Efficiency of a Probability Sieve Based on Higher-Order Spectrum Analysis and Support Vector Machines", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 291-294, pp. 2089-2093, 2011