A globally convergent adaptive IIR filter

TitleA globally convergent adaptive IIR filter
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2000
AuthorsDavid, A., and T. Aboulnasr
Conference NameCircuits and Systems, 2000. Proceedings. ISCAS 2000 Geneva. The 2000 IEEE International Symposium on
Pagination531 -534 vol.3
Keywordsadaptive filters, adaptive IIR filter, convergence, errors, filter convergence, filtering theory, globally convergent IIR filter, identification, IIR filters, modified equation error output error algorithm, observation noise, system identification
Abstract

An open issue in Adaptive IIR Filtering (AIF) is that of convergence to a global minimum in the presence of observation noise, when the system is insufficiently modeled, or when the excitation source is colored. It is well known that algorithms based on Equation Error (EE) contain a single minimum that may be biased whereas, algorithms based on Output Error (OE) ensure the existence of an unbiased global minimum in presence of local minima. Recently, there have been a number of attempts to combine these formulations in order to ensure the existence and uniqueness of an unbiased minimum. The work presented here, Equation Error Output Error (EEOE) and Modified EEOE (MEEOE,) are such attempts in the context of system identification. Although the formulation of EEOE did not achieve the desired outcome and was later found out to be similar to that proposed by Kenny and Rohrs (1993), the exploration of its limitations, however, led to a superior algorithm namely, MEEOE

URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ISCAS.2000.856114
DOI10.1109/ISCAS.2000.856114

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