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Wigner-Ville distribution and smoothed pseudo Wigner-Ville distribution

`d = wvd(x)`

`d = wvd(x,fs)`

`d = wvd(x,ts)`

`d = wvd(___,'smoothedPseudo')`

`d = wvd(___,'smoothedPseudo',twin,fwin)`

`d = wvd(___,'smoothedPseudo',Name,Value)`

`d = wvd(___,'MinThreshold',thresh)`

`[d,f,t] = wvd(___)`

`wvd(___)`

specifies additional options for the smoothed pseudo Wigner-Ville distribution using
name-value pair arguments. You can specify `d`

= wvd(___,'smoothedPseudo',`Name,Value`

)`twin`

and
`fwin`

in this syntax, or you can omit them.

`wvd(___)`

with no output arguments plots the
Wigner-Ville or smoothed pseudo Wigner-Ville distribution in the current figure.

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