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is 64) seems like a reasonable compromise, but from the
erspective of detection thresholds for single-component
profile changes I do not really know what choice would
be best, and I would like to learn about more research
dealing in detail with more than 20 components (but not
white noise!).

Best wishes,

Peter Meijer

P.S. Note that the free software at
     requires a webcam, but once you got that it allows you to import
     simple, e.g., uniform, .bmp images to override the video and run
     qualitative profile analysis experiments with all kinds of parameter
     settings for frequency range, number of frequency components, etc.

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