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Due to the extensive growth of big data applications, the widespread use of multisensor technologies, and the need for efficient data representations, multidimensional techniques are a primary tool for many signal processing applications. Multidimensional arrays or tensors allow a natural representation of high-dimensional data. Therefore, they are particularly suited for tasks involving multi-modal data sources such as biomedical sensor readings or multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) antenna arrays. While tensor-based techniques were still in their infancy several decades ago, nowadays, they have already proven their effectiveness in various applications. There are many different tensor decompositions in the literature, and each finds use in diverse signal processing fields. In this thesis, we focus on two tensor factorization ... toggle 5 keywords

tensor decomposition MIMO multidimensional signal processing data fusion multilinear algebra


Khamidullina, Liana
Technische Universit├Ąt Ilmenau
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Jan. 26, 2024

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