Rotation of EOFs by the Independent Component Analysis : Towards a Solution of the Mixing Problem in the Decomposition of Geophysical Time Series

@inproceedings{Filipe2001RotationOE,
  title={Rotation of EOFs by the Independent Component Analysis : Towards a Solution of the Mixing Problem in the Decomposition of Geophysical Time Series},
  author={Filipe and William and B. Rossow},
  year={2001}
}
The Independent Component Analysis (ICA) is a recently developed technique for component extraction. This new method requires the statistical independence of the extracted components—a stronger constraint that uses higher-order statistics—instead of the classical decorrelation (in the sense of ‘‘no correlation’’), which is a weaker constraint that uses only second-order statistics. This technique has been used recently for the analysis of geophysical time series with the goal of investigating… CONTINUE READING
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