Blind Signal Processing Algorithmsbased based on Recursive Gradient Estimation

Namyong Kim, Mingoo Kang


Blind algorithms based on the Euclidean distance (ED) between the output distribution function and a set of Dirac delta functions have a heavy computational burden of  due to some double summation operations for the sample size and symbol points. In this paper, a recursive approach to the estimation of the ED and its gradient is proposed to reduce the computational complexity for efficient implementation of the algorithm. The ED of the algorithm is comprised of information potentials (IPs), and the IPs at the next iteration can be calculated recursively based on the currently obtained IPs. Utilizing the recursively estimated IPs, the next step gradient for the weight update of the algorithm can be estimated recursively with the present gradient. With this recursive approach, the computational complexity of gradient calculation has only . The simulation results show that the proposed gradient estimation method holds significantly reduced computational complexity keeping the same performance as the block processing method

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
p-ISSN 2088-8708, e-ISSN 2722-2578