Robust Hammerstein Adaptive Filtering under Maximum Correntropy Criterion
AbstractThe maximum correntropy criterion (MCC) has recently been successfully applied to adaptive filtering. Adaptive algorithms under MCC show strong robustness against large outliers. In this work, we apply the MCC criterion to develop a robust Hammerstein adaptive filter. Compared with the traditional Hammerstein adaptive filters, which are usually derived based on the well-known mean square error (MSE) criterion, the proposed algorithm can achieve better convergence performance especially in the presence of impulsive non-Gaussian (e.g., α-stable) noises. Additionally, some theoretical results concerning the convergence behavior are also obtained. Simulation examples are presented to confirm the superior performance of the new algorithm. View Full-Text
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Wu, Z.; Peng, S.; Chen, B.; Zhao, H. Robust Hammerstein Adaptive Filtering under Maximum Correntropy Criterion. Entropy 2015, 17, 7149-7166.
Wu Z, Peng S, Chen B, Zhao H. Robust Hammerstein Adaptive Filtering under Maximum Correntropy Criterion. Entropy. 2015; 17(10):7149-7166.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wu, Zongze; Peng, Siyuan; Chen, Badong; Zhao, Haiquan. 2015. "Robust Hammerstein Adaptive Filtering under Maximum Correntropy Criterion." Entropy 17, no. 10: 7149-7166.