TF-C Pretrain FD-B
- Paper: Self-Supervised Contrastive Pre-Training For Time Series via Time-Frequency Consistency
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- Github repo: https://github.com/mims-harvard/TFC-pretraining
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FD-A and FD-B are subsets taken from the FD dataset, which is gathered from an electromechanical drive system that monitors the condition of rolling bearings and detect damages in them. There are four subsets of data collected under various conditions, whose parameters include rotational speed, load torque, and radial force. Each rolling bearing can be undamaged, inner damaged, and outer damaged, which leads to three classes in total. We denote the subsets corresponding to condition A and condition B as Faulty Detection Condition A (FD-A) and Faulty Detection Condition B (FD-B) , respectively. Each original recording has a single channel with sampling frequency of 64k Hz and lasts 4 seconds. To deal with the long duration, we followe the procedure described by Eldele et al., that is, we use sliding window length of 5,120 observations and a shifting length of either 1,024 or 4,096 to make the final number of samples relatively balanced between classes.