Monte Carlo Simulation methods

author: Christophe Andrieu, University of Bristol
published: Feb. 25, 2007,   recorded: August 2003,   views: 1994
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The course provides an introduction to independent component analysis and source separation. We start from simple statistical principles; examine connections to information theory and to sparse coding; we give an overview of available algorithmics; we also show how several key ideas of ICA are illuminated by information geometry.

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