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Appl. Sci. 2019, 9(3), 560; https://doi.org/10.3390/app9030560

A Time-Efficient Method for Determining an Optimal Scaling Factor and the Encoder Resolution in the Multichannel FXECAP-L Algorithm with Evolving Order for Active Noise Control

Instituto Politécnico Nacional, ESIME Culhuacan, Av. Santa Ana No. 1000, Ciudad de México 04260, Mexico
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Received: 5 December 2018 / Revised: 22 January 2019 / Accepted: 1 February 2019 / Published: 8 February 2019
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Active and Passive Noise Control)
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Abstract

Affine projection (AP) algorithms have demonstrated faster convergence speed than conventional least mean square (LMS) algorithms, thus providing an attractive solution in the active noise control (ANC) field. However, the AP algorithms demand high computational cost, restricting their practical use in real-time ANC applications. Recently, a multichannel filtered-x error-coded affine projection-like (FXECAP-L) algorithm with evolving order has been proposed to reduce the computational burden by maintaining the convergence speed of AP algorithms. In order to obtain an efficient and robust FXECAP-L algorithm with evolving order, the scaling factor and encoder resolution need to be adjusted manually, which is a time-consuming and costly effort that must be carried out by expert designers. To reduce these costs and efforts, we introduce, for the first time, a strategy for automatic adjustment of the scaling factor and encoder resolution that benefits the rapid development of practical ANC applications. To demonstrate its practical use, we applied the proposed strategy for controlling the noise in an acoustic duct. The practical results demonstrate the automatic adjustment of the FXECAP-L algorithm which maintains high convergence speed at the expense of a small compromise in terms of processing time. View Full-Text
Keywords: active noise control; filtered-x error-coded affine projection-like algorithm; acoustic duct active noise control; filtered-x error-coded affine projection-like algorithm; acoustic duct
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Vázquez, Á.A.; Maya, X.; Avalos, J.G.; Sánchez, G.; Sánchez, J.C.; Pérez, H.M.; Sánchez, G. A Time-Efficient Method for Determining an Optimal Scaling Factor and the Encoder Resolution in the Multichannel FXECAP-L Algorithm with Evolving Order for Active Noise Control. Appl. Sci. 2019, 9, 560.

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