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Stacked Sparse Blind Source Separation for Non-Linear Mixtures

Abstract : Linear Blind Source Separation (BSS) has known a tremendous success in fields ranging from biomedical imaging to astrophysics. In this work, we however propose to depart from the usual linear setting and tackle the case in which the sources are mixed by an unknown non-linear function. We propose a stacked sparse BSS method enabling a sequential decomposition of the data through a linear-by-part approximation. Beyond separating the sources, the introduced StackedAMCA can under discussed conditions further learn the inverse of the unknown non-linear mixing, enabling to reconstruct the sources despite a severely ill-posed problem. The quality of the method is demonstrated on two experiments , and a comparison is performed with state-of-the art non-linear BSS algorithms.
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Christophe Kervazo, Jerome Bobin. Stacked Sparse Blind Source Separation for Non-Linear Mixtures. 2019. ⟨hal-02091102⟩

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