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By Leopold B. Felsen, Nathan Marcuvitz

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33) and we can apply the transpose operator to give YT = XT WT YT + ET . 34) general, the convex NMF applies to both nonnegative data and mixed sign data which can be written symbolically as Y± = Y± W+ X+ + E. 9(b)). The convex NMF usually implies that both nonnegative factors A and B = XT tend to be very sparse. 35) j=1 where λj is the positive j-th eigenvalue (a diagonal entry of diagonal matrix ) and vj is the corresponding J eigenvector for the eigenvalue decomposition: YT Y = V VT = j=1 λj vj vTj .

Such a model is often referred to as Nonnegative Factorization (NF) [58,59]. 13) where nonnegativity constraints are imposed to all or only to the selected factor matrices: A ∈ RI×J , S ∈ RJ×R , and/or X ∈ RR×T . It should be noted that if we do not impose any additional constraints to the factors (besides nonnegativity), the three-factor NMF can be reduced to the standard (two-factor) NMF by the transformation A ← AS or X ← SX. However, the three-factor NMF is not equivalent to the standard NMF if we apply special constraints or conditions as illustrated by the following special cases.

For = 0, S = IJ , the model reduces to the standard NMF and for → 1 strong smoothing is imposed on S, causing increased sparseness of both A and X in order to maintain the faithfulness of the model. , lowpass filtering to perform smoothing or highpass filtering in order to remove slowly changing trends from the estimated components (source signals). 15) where F is a suitably designed (prescribed) filtering matrix. In the case of lowpass filtering, we usually perform some kind of averaging in the sense that every sample value xjt is replaced by a weighted average of that value and the neighboring value, so that in the simplest scenario the smoothing lowpass filtering matrix F can take the following form: ⎡ 1/2 1/3 0 0 ⎤ ⎢ 1/2 1/3 1/3 0⎥ ⎢ ⎥ ⎢ ⎥ 1/3 1/3 1/3 ⎢ ⎥ ⎢ ⎥ ∈ RT ×T .

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