PearsonICAdemo: Demonstration of the Pearson-ICA algorithm

Description Usage Arguments Value Note Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/PearsonICA.R

Description

Displays source signals, mixed signals and signals separated by Pearson-ICA.

Usage

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PearsonICAdemo(numsig = 4, signal_length = 5000)

Arguments

numsig

number of source signals

signal_length

length of signal

Value

Displays a demonstration.

Note

The R code is based on the MATLAB code by Juha Karvanen, Jan Eriksson and Visa Koivunen.

Author(s)

Juha Karvanen

References

Karvanen J., Koivunen V. 2002. Blind separation methods based on Pearson system and its extensions, Signal Processing 82(4), 663–673.

Karvanen J., Eriksson J.,Koivunen V. 2000, Pearson system based method for blind separation, Proceedings of Second International Workshop on Independent Component Analysis and Blind Signal Separation (ICA2000), Helsinki, Finland, 585–590.

See Also

PearsonICA

Examples

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PearsonICA documentation built on May 29, 2017, 5:50 p.m.

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