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In all tutorials on ICA that i've seen, two sources are separated from each other. but how is two source separation different from multi-source separations like data recorded by EEG hats ?

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  • $\begingroup$ well, you've seen tutorials that only work on two sources then - but nothing about the ICA is inherently limited to that. Maybe a textbook would be the next step to go a bit more solid. $\endgroup$ Sep 15 at 7:54
  • $\begingroup$ I needed to have a general understanding of ICA for my thesis about EEG data analysis. in reality work is done by MNE framework and the whole process is seen as a black box. do you know any online not too deep resource to answer my question ? $\endgroup$ Sep 15 at 9:14
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You might consider this book, it builds up ICA from the basics. It even has a description and some references to papers that tackled EEG data with ICA.

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