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By Ganesh R. Naik, Wenwu Wang

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ISBN-13: 9783642550157

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Blind resource Separation intends to record the recent result of the efforts at the examine of Blind resource Separation (BSS). The ebook collects novel examine rules and a few education in BSS, self reliant part research (ICA), man made intelligence and sign processing functions. additionally, the examine effects formerly scattered in lots of journals and meetings all over the world are methodically edited and provided in a unified shape. The publication could be of curiosity to college researchers, R&D engineers and graduate scholars in computing device technological know-how and electronics who desire to research the middle rules, tools, algorithms and functions of BSS.

Dr. Ganesh R. Naik works at collage of know-how, Sydney, Australia; Dr. Wenwu Wang works at collage of Surrey, UK.

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Tested methods, from low RMSE (bottom curves) to high RMSE (top curves): restore sources with v set to the exact value of v (solid line and stars) or with a value of v blindly estimated from 100 observed vectors by means of BQSS-m1 (solid lines and circles or squares), BQSS-m2 (dashed lines) or BQSS-MI (dash-dotted lines) methods. RMSE is plotted versus number of measurements K s used in the source estimation stage. 17), so that the corresponding RMSE is the same for all three tested methods, and this RMSE was already provided for BQSS-m1 in [21] (for an elementary test).

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2000) 39. : Blind separation of instantaneous mixture of sources via an independent component analysis. IEEE Trans. Signal Process. 44(11), 2768–2779 (1996) 40. : Blind separation of mixture of independent sources through a quasimaximum likelihood approach. IEEE Trans. Signal Process. 45(7), 1712–1725 (1997) 41. : Blind separation of instantaneous mixtures of nonstationary sources. IEEE Trans. Signal Process. 49(9), 1837–1848 (2001) 42. : Mutual information approach to blind separation of stationary sources.

Deville and A. 52), and studying the case when the sources are mutually statistically independent, we obtain 3 ˜ = ln f X˜ (x) ln f Si (˜si ) − ln |J F (˜s , v˜ )|. 54) i=1 We then consider the overall set of observed values, which consists of M samples x(m) of the observation vector, for integer values of the time index m ranging from 1 to M. ) in the considered family is defined as L = f X˜ (x1 (1), x2 (1), x3 (1), . . , x1 (M), x2 (M), x3 (M)). d). We then have L= M ⎫ f X˜ (x1 (m), x2 (m), x3 (m)).

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