Independent component analysis (ica), Advanced Statistics

Independent component analysis (ICA) is the technique for analyzing the complex measured quantities thought to be mixtures of other more fundamental quantities, into their fundamental components. Typical instances of the data to which ICA may be applied are given below:

* electroencephalogram (EEG) signal, which includes contributions from number of different brain regions,

* person’s height, which is determined by contributions from number of different genetic and environmental factors

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