In this paper we compare the performance of different algorithms employed in solving frequency domain blind source separation of convolutive mixtures. The convolutive model is an extension of the instantaneous one and it allows to relax the hypothesis of a linear mixing process in which all the sources are supposed to reach the electrodes at the same time. This test is carried out in the frequency domain, where the algorithms developed for independent component analysis can be employed with minor modifications. The decomposition performance of such algorithms is evaluated on simulated dataset of convultive mixtures of biomedical signals.

Comparative Evaluation of Decomposition Algorithms based on Frequency Domain Blind Source Separation of Biomedical Signals

VANELLO, NICOLA;DE ROSSI, DANILO EMILIO;LANDINI, LUIGI
2005

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In this paper we compare the performance of different algorithms employed in solving frequency domain blind source separation of convolutive mixtures. The convolutive model is an extension of the instantaneous one and it allows to relax the hypothesis of a linear mixing process in which all the sources are supposed to reach the electrodes at the same time. This test is carried out in the frequency domain, where the algorithms developed for independent component analysis can be employed with minor modifications. The decomposition performance of such algorithms is evaluated on simulated dataset of convultive mixtures of biomedical signals.
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: https://hdl.handle.net/11568/238556
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