Separation of a Mixture of Independent Sources through a Maximum Likelihood Approach, " in Signal Ns 400 800 1200 Comon, " Separation of Sources Using Higher Order Cumulants, " In

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  title={Separation of a Mixture of Independent Sources through a Maximum Likelihood Approach, " in Signal Ns 400 800 1200 Comon, " Separation of Sources Using Higher Order Cumulants, " In},
  author={Dinh Tuan Pham and Ph Garat and Christian Jutten and Processing W Theones and J. Vandewalle and Ren{\'e} Boite and Marc. Moonen and A Oosterlink and Eds and Reina L. Tong and Yong Chul Soon and B. V. Elsevier}
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Fig. 1. Absolute value of the crosstalk with respect to the number of samples (NS) used to estimate the cross cumulants. Each point is the average of 10 experiments. to estimate the cross-cumulants. Each point in Fig. 1 corresponds to the average over 10 experiments, in which the mixing matrix is randomly chosen: The matrix entries mC3 (i # j) are random numbers in the range [-1, +1]. With 500 samples, a residual crosstalk of about-20 dB is obtained. In the case of nonstationary signals, cross… CONTINUE READING
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