J. M. T. Romano

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Signal processing methods based on blind source separation (BSS) have been successfully applied to deal with the interference problem in ion-selective electrode (ISE) arrays. So far, the development of BSS methods to ISE arrays strongly relied on the Nicolsky-Eisenman (NE) model. Since this model provides a rough approximation in certain situations, the(More)
In this work, an extended polynomial formulation of the constant modulus (CM) criterion under quadratic constraints is presented. Based on the method of Lagrange Multipliers, this `Volterra-CM formulation' brings very relevant information about the structure of the null-gradient CM solutions in the equalizer parameter space, including a conjecture regarding(More)
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