I have thousands of data files which are essential DFT data of plots such as this:

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And a DFT of the plot with a "Hard" threshold of 0.9 gives me:

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This DFT is just the left top corner of the DFT data with the DC value removed.

The reason I used a threshold value of 0.9 is because in the DFT coefficient matrix that I plotted above, most of the values of very small (~10^-4) and there are maybe 1-2 values that influence the DFT and they are above 0.9

However, it was suggested that I use a Frobenius Norm of my DFT data to threshold my plots.

Why is that? I can't use a Frob. norm as a threshold because it is a very large value ~100 and my DFT coefficient matrix is populated with numbers <100 generally

Should I just divide my DFT data with the Frob. norm? I have read the following posts 1 2 3

~Concerned Mechanical engineer

  • $\begingroup$ How are you defining the Frobenius norm? $\endgroup$ – Manos Oct 13 '12 at 17:38
  • $\begingroup$ I am not. Mathematica is. I just plan on using the Frob Norm for my work. $\endgroup$ – dearN Oct 13 '12 at 17:38

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