Library "FunctionDiscreteCosineTransform" Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) The Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) is a mathematical algorithm that converts a series of samples of a signal, typically in the time domain, into another domain called the frequency or spectral domain. It's commonly used for data compression and image/video coding applications such as...

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Introduction: This script implements a comprehensive trading strategy that adheres to the established rules and guidelines of housing trading. It leverages advanced machine learning techniques and incorporates customised moving averages, including the Conceptive Price Moving Average (CPMA), to provide accurate signals for informed trading decisions in the housing...

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Having a hard time deciding which wavelength to use for a Hurst analysis? Try a handful at once! SwamiCharts by John Ehlers offers a comprehensive way to visualize an indicator used over a range of lookback periods. The Spectral Analysis SwamiChart shows the bullish or bearish state of a spectrum of bandpasses over a user-defined range of wavelengths. The trader...

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"It is a true fact that any given time history of any event (including the price history of a stock) can always be considered as reproducible to any desired degree of accuracy by the process of algebraically summing a particular series of sine waves. This is intuitively evident if you start with a number of sine waves of differing frequencies, amplitudes, and...

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Filtered, N-Order Power-of-Cosine, Sinc FIR Filter is a Discrete-Time, FIR Digital Filter that uses Power-of-Cosine Family of FIR filters. This is an N-order algorithm that allows up to 50 values for alpha, orders, of depth. This one differs from previous Power-of-Cosine filters I've published in that it this uses Windowed-Sinc filtering. I've also included a...

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STD/C-Filtered, N-Order Power-of-Cosine FIR Filter is a Discrete-Time, FIR Digital Filter that uses Power-of-Cosine Family of FIR filters. This is an N-order algorithm that turns the following indicator from a static max 16 orders to a N orders, but limited to 50 in code. You can change the top end value if you with to higher orders than 50, but the signal is...

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STD/C-Filtered, Power-of-Cosine FIR Filter is a Discrete-Time, FIR Digital Filter that uses Power-of-Cosine Family of FIR filters. This indicator also includes a clutter and standard deviation filter. Amplitudes What are FIR Filters? In discrete-time signal processing, windowing is a preliminary signal shaping technique, usually applied to improve...

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STD- and Clutter-Filtered, Non-Lag Moving Average is a Weighted Moving Average with a minimal lag using a damping cosine wave as the line of weight coefficients. The indicator has two filters. They are static (in points) and dynamic (expressed as a decimal). They allow cutting the price noise giving a stepped shape to the Moving Average. Moreover, there is the...

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Normalized, Variety, Fast Fourier Transform Explorer demonstrates Real, Cosine, and Sine Fast Fourier Transform algorithms. This indicator can be used as a rule of thumb but shouldn't be used in trading. What is the Discrete Fourier Transform? In mathematics, the discrete Fourier transform (DFT) converts a finite sequence of equally-spaced samples of a...

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STD-Stepped Fast Cosine Transform Moving Average is an experimental moving average that uses Fast Cosine Transform to calculate a moving average. This indicator has standard deviation stepping in order to smooth the trend by weeding out low volatility movements. What is the Discrete Cosine Transform? A discrete cosine transform (DCT) expresses a finite...

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I didn't see a public script for drawing a cosine wave on the chart, with slight changes to RicardoSantos' Function Sine Wave Indicator, so I published this as my first script. I hope that is useful.

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This indicator provides a continuous measurement of a securities' dominant cycle period, based on Ehlers ever-impressive reports and analysis tools. >What does that even mean? Essentially, you get a real-time (low lag) plot of the cycle period in bars. If the COS IFM reads "16" then you can expect the distance between swing highs and swing lows to be approx. 16...

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