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Robustness to Impulsive Noise of Algorithms based on Cross-Information Potential and Delta Functions
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Robustness to Impulsive Noise of Algorithms based on Cross-Information Potential and Delta Functions
Kim, Namyong;
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 Abstract
In this paper, the optimum weight of the algorithm based on the cross information-potential with the delta functions (CIPD) is derived and its robustness against impulsive noise is studied. From the analysis of the behavior of optimum weight, it is revealed that the magnitude controlling operation for input plays the main role of keeping optimum weight of CIPD stable from the impulsive noise. The simulation results show that the steady state weight of CIPD is equivalent to that of MSE criterion. Also in the simulation environment of impulsive noise, unlike the LMS algorithm based on MSE, the steady state weight of CIPD is shown to be kept stable.
 Keywords
Cross-information potential;delta function;CIPD;impulsive noise;robustness;
 Language
English
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