Contrasts for multichannel blind deconvolution

@article{Comon1996ContrastsFM,
  title={Contrasts for multichannel blind deconvolution},
  author={Pierre Comon},
  journal={IEEE Signal Processing Letters},
  year={1996},
  volume={3},
  pages={209-211}
}
  • Pierre Comon
  • Published 1996 in IEEE Signal Processing Letters
A class of optimization criteria is proposed whose maximization allows us to carry out blind multichannel deconvolution in the presence of additive noise. Contrasts presented in the paper encompass those related to source separation and independent component analysis problems. 
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