Trabajo final de especialización: Analysis and benchmarking for gravitational waves spectrogram’s classification by usage of machine learning techniques
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"Gravitatonal waves, the seed of the 2015 Nobel’s prize are the cause of several complex celestial phenomena that is non-observable for the naked eye. Their identification, classification and study is s(ll a handmade work which is s(ll nascent. There has been several approaches to produce novel tools to aid the scientists behind the discovery of these deep space events. One of the most thrilling examples has been the usage of artificial intelligence classification to aid in the preiden identification of certain signals. We took one of these tools, Gravity Spy, and study its base paper, trying to reproduce some of their classification results using the very same base dataset. This research aims to compare the results obtained from the original paper, with a binary classification approach and several different algorithms taken from the knowledge base of machine learning and deep learning, alike. We confirmed the original paper results and obtained a new approach for the same solution. In this study we trained several models that could be used for further development of an eventual alternative engines for gravita(onal waves signal’s classification or any other sort of signal heavily influenced by noise and analysed by spectrograms."
APRENDIZAJE AUTOMATICO, PROCESAMIENTO DE SEÑALES, CLASIFICACION, ONDAS GRAVITACIONALES