Assume we have two vectors, containing random samples (maybe audio data?). Their distribution can be approximated to a normal distribution, so we can calculate their mean and standard deviation.
I am looking to a way to "fit" the second vector's samples, in a way that their mean and standard deviation correspond to the first vector's mean and standard deviation.
Also I am looking for a way to do this by "moving the second vector's samples the least possible". This because, an easy way to solve this problem could be replace the second vector's data, with random samples that fit the first vector's parameters. This solution is easy, but not interesting.
- Is this kind of problem correlated with machine learning in general? If yes "how"?
- Is there a way to perform this kind of operation with some kind of neural network? If yes, how could it be modelled?