A Robust Adaptive Filter for a Complex Hammerstein System
AbstractThe Hammerstein adaptive filter using maximum correntropy criterion (MCC) has been shown to be more robust to outliers than the ones using the traditional mean square error (MSE) criterion. As there is no report on the robust Hammerstein adaptive filters in the complex domain, in this paper, we develop the robust Hammerstein adaptive filter under MCC to the complex domain, and propose the Hammerstein maximum complex correntropy criterion (HMCCC) algorithm. Thus, the new Hammerstein adaptive filter can be used to directly handle the complex-valued data. Additionally, we analyze the stability and steady-state mean square performance of HMCCC. Simulations illustrate that the proposed HMCCC algorithm is convergent in the impulsive noise environment, and achieves a higher accuracy and faster convergence speed than the Hammerstein complex least mean square (HCLMS) algorithm.
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Qian, G.; Luo, D.; Wang, S. A Robust Adaptive Filter for a Complex Hammerstein System. Entropy 2019, 21, 162.
Qian G, Luo D, Wang S. A Robust Adaptive Filter for a Complex Hammerstein System. Entropy. 2019; 21(2):162.Chicago/Turabian Style
Qian, Guobing; Luo, Dan; Wang, Shiyuan. 2019. "A Robust Adaptive Filter for a Complex Hammerstein System." Entropy 21, no. 2: 162.
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