Holger Broman

Showing 15 publications

2000

MIMO Signal Separation for FIR Channels: a criterion and performance analysis

Henrik Sahlin, Holger Broman
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing. Vol. 48 (3), p. 642-649
Journal article
1999

A Decorrelation Approach to Blind MIMO Signal Separation

Henrik Sahlin, Holger Broman
Proceedings of ICA'99, p. 383-388
Paper in proceedings
1999

Source Separation: A TITO System Identification Approach

Holger Broman, Ulf Lindgren, Henrik Sahlin et al
Signal Processing. Vol. 73 (1-2), p. 169-184
Journal article
1998

Separation of Real World Signals

Henrik Sahlin, Holger Broman
Signal Processing. Vol. 64 (1), p. 103-113
Journal article
1997

Signal Separation Applied to Real World Signals

Henrik Sahlin, Holger Broman
Proc. International Workshop on Acoustic Echo and Noise Control, London, UK, p. 73-76
Paper in proceedings
1996

Source Separation Based on Second Order Statistics

Ulf Lindgren, Holger Broman, Henrik Sahlin
Proceedings of the VIII European Signal Processing Conference, Trieste, Italy. Vol. 1, p. 699-702
Paper in proceedings
1996

On the Identifiability of a Mixing Channel Based on Second Order Statistics

Ulf Lindgren, Holger Broman
RVK'96, Luleå and Kiruna, Sweden, p. 420-424
Paper in proceedings
1996

A Second Order Recursive Algorithm for Subspace Tracking

Åke Andersson, Holger Broman
ICASSP'96, Atlanta, GA, USA
Paper in proceedings
1996

Instrumental Variables (IV) and Prediction Error (PE) like Second-Order Recursive Algorithms

Holger Broman, Åke Andersson
Proc. ICASSP'96, Atlanta, GA, USA
Paper in proceedings
1996

Monitoring the Mutual Independence of the Output of Source Separation Algorithms

Ulf Lindgren, Holger Broman
Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory and Its Applications, Victoria, B.C., Canada. Vol. II, p. 563-56
Paper in proceedings
1996

Blind Separation of Images

Henrik Sahlin, Holger Broman
30th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers, Pacific Grove, CA, USA
Paper in proceedings
1995

On Local Convergence of a Class of Blind Separation Algorithms

Ulf Lindgren, Torbjörn Wigren, Holger Broman
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing. Vol. 43 (12), p. 3054-3058
Journal article
1995

A Second Order Recursive Algorithm for Adaptive Signal Processing

Åke Andersson, Holger Broman
29th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers
Paper in proceedings
1994

A Model-Based Procedure for Fully Automated Boundary Detection and 3D Reconstruction from 2D Echocardiograms

Tomas Gustavsson, S. Molander, R. Pascher et al
IEEE Computers in Cardiology, 1994, p. 209-212
Paper in proceedings
1989

Classification: A problem of Optimization or Organization?

Holger Broman, Per Hedelin, Peter Brauer et al
Proc. STU-Symposium "Digital Communication", Stockholm, Sweden, p. 101-106
Paper in proceedings

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