The package includes BSBL-EM, BSBL-BO and EBSBL-BO. The codes are much faster than the old versions. Further, the package contains a fold, which has demo files to perform the whole experiment in my telemonitoring post i.e. using BSBL-BO to recover the fetal ECG recordings and then using FastICA to do decomposition. This may be convenient to those people who want to try the experiment but are not familiar with ICA.
The posts Zhilin refers to are:
- Is compressed sensing really useful for wireless telemonitoring of non-sparse physiological signals (Part 2)?
- Is compressed sensing really useful for wireless telemonitoring of non-sparse physiological signals (Part 3)?
- Codes of the BSBL Family and Demos for Telemonitoring of ECG have been updated
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