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Scientific Bulletin. Physical and Mathematical Research

Abstract

This article is devoted to the discovery of a layer of ores in the fragmented-polynomial bases of the Haar, one of the fastest algorithms for digital processing of signals. In the article, the algorithm of determination of the uranium layer using the fragmented-polynomial bases of the Nuclear Power Plant has been developed and the results of the evaluation of the error of interpolation of the function are presented. Signals from the rocks are interpolated by subjecting them to certain laws. But the result will be a sharp increase in errors. In order to reduce these errors, slice-polynomial bases were used and error reduction algorithm was proposed. In the proposed algorithm for determining the uranium layer using the Haar fraction, using the values obtained once from the device, it is shown to quickly determine the presence of uranium in the dug well, how much the layer is, and at what intervals (in meters) it is located. The signal recovery algorithm was created as a result of interpolation in the fragmented polynomial bases of the haar. Currently, the fragmented polynomial bases of the Haar are used in the search for underground riches in the field of Taiga, harxil in the detection of images, [1] in the detection of cracks in the rails in the field of iron, in the processing of speech, in its synthesis and other common cases.Wave lines of Haar bases stretch along the axis of time along with the function graph[2]. The amplitude of the Haar bases graph decreases to zero and creates a oscillating wave, which allows us to analyze the frequency [4]. In places with high frequency will indicate that we have more amounts of fossil valuables we're looking for.

First Page

92

Last Page

98

DOI

338.27(575.1)

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