An online Hebbian learning rule that performs Independent Component Analysis

Independent component analysis (ICA) is a powerful method to decouple signals. Most of the algorithms performing ICA do not consider the temporal correlations of the signal, but only higher moments of its amplitude distribution. Moreover, they require some preprocessing of the data (whitening) so as to remove second order correlations. In this paper, we are interested in understanding the neural mechanism responsible for solving ICA. We present an online learning rule that exploits delayed correlations in the input. This rule performs ICA by detecting joint variations in the firing rates of pre- and postsynaptic neurons, similar to a local rate-based Hebbian learning rule.


Editor(s):
Platt, J.C.
Koller, D.
Singer, Y.
Roweis, S.
Published in:
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 20, 321-328
Presented at:
NIPS, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, December 3-6, 2007
Year:
2008
Publisher:
Cambridge, MA, MIT Press
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