INS Keynote Seminar – Christian Jutten (Grenoble)
“Source Separation: Principles and Applications on Biomedical Signals”
In the first part of the talk, I will present simple and comprehensive principles of source separation, as well as some results including independent component analysis, and methods based on second order statistics and on sparsity. The second part will illustrate, and sometimes extend methods presented in the first part, on various applications in biomedical signals, especially MEG, EEG and ECG.
Keywords: source separation, independent component analysis, joint diagonalisation, sparse sources, biomedical applications
For any question, feel free to contact:
Demian Battaglia (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Benjamin Morillon (email@example.com)