# Adaptive Nonlinear System Indentification: The Volterra and by Paisarn Muneesawang, Ling Guan

By Paisarn Muneesawang, Ling Guan

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Are called Hermite’s polynomials, H n ( x) , which form a complete orthogonal x2 set on the interval −∞ ≤ x ≤ ∞ with respect to r ( x) = e − 2 . Laguerre Polynomials For a choice of a = 0, b = ∞, p ( x) = xe − x , q ( x) = 0, r ( x) = e − x , and λ = n, the Sturm-Liouville equation becomes the Lagurre's differential equation ∂ ⎡ − x ∂y ⎤ xe + ne − x y = 0 which is defined in the interval 0

The first difficulty concerns the measurement of Volterra kernels of a given system, because no exact method of isolating the individual Volterra operator exists. The second problem concerns the large eigenvalue spread issue which implies that slow convergence speed and large misadjustment may be expected, especially for the LMS-type adaptive algorithm. 2 Discrete Nonlinear Wiener Representation Because of these two difficulties in Volterra model representation, with proper rearrangement, a Volterra system can be described in an alternative form which is called the nonlinear Wiener model.

For example, for a two-dimensional space the basis frequencies are chosen from two harmonically related sets. The basis function gm[x(n)] can be implemented with modularity as shown in figure 2-9, where the thin solid arrows and bold arrows represent the real data and complex data flows respectively. 8 is the statistical orthonormal basis set, which means that E{ g*i [x(n)]g j [x(n)] } = δ ij where δ ij is the Dirac delta function. ] D-1 w0 c3 g0[x] Figure 2-9. 11) Then wm becomes an (N+L) × 1 vector whose components are chosen from the (M+1)N+L different combinations of discrete frequencies.

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