In mathematics, **cone-shape distribution function** is one of the members of Cohen's class distribution function. It was first proposed by Yunxin Zhao, Les E. Atlas, and Robert J. Marks in 1990. The reason why this distribution is so named is because its kernel function in domain looks like two cones. The advantage of this special kernel function is that it can completely remove the cross-term between two components that have same center frequency, but on the other hand, the cross-term results form components with the same time center can not be removed by the cone-shape kernel.

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