Adaptive parallel-cascade truncated volterra filters

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Engineering
Department Electrical & Computer Engineering
Creator Mathews, V. John
Other Author Panicker, Thomas M.; Sicuranza, Giovanni L.
Title Adaptive parallel-cascade truncated volterra filters
Date 1998
Description Abstract-This paper studies adaptive truncated Volterra filters employing parallel-cascade structures. Parallel-cascade realizations implement higher order Volterra systems a s a parallel connection of multiplicative combinations of lower order truncated Volterra systems. A normalized LMS adaptive filter is developed, and its performance capabilities are evaluated using a series of simulation experiments. The experimental results indicate that the normalized LMS adaptive parallel-cascade Volterra filter has superior convergence properties over several competing structures. This paper also includes an experiment that demonstrates the capability of the parallel-cascade adaptive system to reduce its implementation complexity by using fewer than the maximum number of branches required for the most general realization of the system.
Type Text
Publisher Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Volume 46
Issue 10
First Page 2664
Last Page 2673
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Panicker, T. M., Mathews, V. J., & Sicuranza, G. L. (1998). Adaptive parallel-cascade truncated volterra filters. IEEE Transaction on Signal Processing, 46(10), 2664-73. October.
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