Exploratory source separation in biomedical systems

@inproceedings{Srel2004ExploratorySS,
  title={Exploratory source separation in biomedical systems},
  author={Jaakko S{\"a}rel{\"a}},
  year={2004}
}
Contemporary science produces vast amounts of data. The analysis of this data is in a central role for all empirical sciences as well as humanities and arts using quantitative methods. One central role of an information scientist is to provide this research with sophisticated, computationally tractable data analysis tools. When the information scientist confronts a new target field of research producing data for her to analyse, she has two options: She may make some specific hypotheses, or… CONTINUE READING

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