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Denoising using local projective subspace methods

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Denoising using local projective subspace methods
In this paper we present denoising algorithms for enhancing noisy signals based on Local ICA (LICA), Delayed AMUSE (dAMUSE) and Kernel PCA (KPCA). The algorithm LICA relies on applying ICA locally to clusters of signals embedded in a high-dimensional feature space of delayed coordinates. The components resembling the signals can be detected by various criteria like estimators of kurtosis or the variance of autocorrelations depending on the statistical nature of the signal. The algorithm proposed can be applied favorably to the problem of denoising multi-dimensional data. Another projective subspace denoising method using delayed coordinates has been proposed recently with the algorithm dAMUSE. It combines the solution of blind source separation problems with denoising efforts in an elegant way and proofs to be very efficient and fast. Finally, KPCA represents a non-linear projective subspace method that is well suited for denoising also. Besides illustrative applications to toy exampl...
Peter Gruber, Kurt Stadlthanner, Matthias Böh
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where IJON
Authors Peter Gruber, Kurt Stadlthanner, Matthias Böhm, Fabian J. Theis, Elmar Wolfgang Lang, Ana Maria Tomé, Ana R. Teixeira, Carlos García Puntonet, Juan Manuel Górriz Sáez
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