Independent Component Analysis? (here you go...)

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Independent Component Analysis? (here you go...)

Postby telefunkenvf14 » Sat Sep 25, 2010 3:14 pm

(also posted this on MathGroup)

Friends:

I’ve come across a resource on ‘Independent Component Analysis’ that you may find useful.

The online journal ‘Tutorials in Quantitative Methods for Psychology’, volume 6-1, includes the article ‘An Introduction to Independent Component Analysis: InfoMax and FastICA algorithms’, by Dominic Langlois, Sylvain Chartier, and Dominique Gosselin, as well as Mathematica programs implementing these algorithms. :D

Access the paper and programs via the following links (for some reason links on the webpage are buggy at the moment):

http://www.tqmp.org/doc/vol6-1/p31-38.pdf
http://www.tqmp.org/doc/vol6-1/p31-38_Langlois.rar

(+1 for including ICA in version 8---agree??)

-RG
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