# Basic ica methods

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• ### Independent Component Analysis - Chapter 14: Overview and Comparison of Basic ICA Methods

In the preceding chapters, we introduced several different estimation principles and algorithms for independent component analysis (ICA). In this chapter, we provide an overview of these methods. First, we show that all these estimation principles are intimately connected, and the main choices are between cumulant-based vs. negentropy/likelihood-based estimation methods, and between one-unit vs. multiunit methods. In other words, one must choose the nonlinearity and the decorrelation method.

• ### Independent Component Analysis - Chapter 18: Methods using Time Structure

Independent Component Analysis. Aapo Hyv¨ rinen, Juha Karhunen, Erkki Oja a Copyright  2001 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBNs: 0-471-40540-X (Hardback); 0-471-22131-7 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              0-471-22131-7      end_of_the_skype_highlighting (Electronic) 18 Methods using Time Structure The model of independent component analysis (ICA) that we have considered so far consists of mixing independent random variables, usually linearly. In many applications, however, what is mixed is not random variables but time signals, or time series.

• ### Independent component analysis P14

Overview and Comparison of Basic ICA Methods In the preceding chapters, we introduced several different estimation principles and algorithms for independent component analysis (ICA). In this chapter, we provide an overview of these methods. First, we show that all these estimation principles are intimately connected, and the main choices are between cumulant-based vs. negentropy/likelihood-based estimation methods, and between one-unit vs. multiunit methods. In other words, one must choose the nonlinearity and the decorrelation method.

• ### Bài 1: Introduction(Independent component analysis (ICA)

Independent component analysis (ICA) is a method for ﬁnding underlying factors or components from multivariate (multidimensional) statistical data. What distinguishes ICA from other methods is that it looks for components that are both statistically independent, and nongaussian. Here we brieﬂy introduce the basic concepts, applications, and estimation principles of ICA.

• ### Independent component analysis P18

Methods using Time Structure The model of independent component analysis (ICA) that we have considered so far consists of mixing independent random variables, usually linearly. In many applications, however, what is mixed is not random variables but time signals, or time series. This is in contrast to the basic ICA model in which the samples of have no particular order: We could shufﬂe them in any way we like, and this would have no effect on the validity of the model, nor on the estimation methods we have discussed.

• ### Circuits & Electronics P2

CIRCUITS AND ELECTRONICS Basic Circuit Analysis Method (KVL and KCL method) 6.002 Fall 2000 Lecture 2 1 .Review Lumped Matter Discipline LMD: Constraints we impose on ourselves to simplify our analysis ∂φ B =0 ∂t ∂q =0 ∂t Outside elements Inside elements wires resistors sources Allows us to create the lumped circuit abstraction 6.002 Fall 2000 Lecture 2 2 .Review LMD allows us to create the lumped circuit abstraction i + v - Lumped circuit element power consumed by element = vi 6.002 Fall 2000 Lecture 2 3 .