Second-Order Multidimensional Independent Component Analysis: Theory and Methods (2013)
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Independent component analysis (ICA) and blind source separation (BSS) deal with extracting a number of mutually independent elements from a set of observed linear mixtures. Motivated by various applications, this work considers a more general and more flexible model: the sources can be partitioned into groups exhibiting dependence within a given group but independence between two different groups. We argue that this is tantamount to considering multidimensional components, as opposed to the standard ICA case which is restricted to one-dimensional components. In this work, we focus on second-order methods to separate statistically-independent multidimensional components from their linear instantaneous mixture. The purpose of this work is to provide theoretical answers to questions which so far have ... toggle 7 keywordsblind source separation – independent componenet analysis – independent subspace analysis – multidimensional components – performance analysis – joint block diagonalization – cosmic microwave background radiation
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