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Convergence properties of nonlinear functional link adaptive filters

Convergence properties of nonlinear functional link adaptive filters

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The analysis of some convergence properties of a recent class of nonlinear adaptive filters, known as ‘functional link adaptive filters’ (FLAFs) is aimed at. In particular, a convergence stability range is derived for nonlinear FLAFs using trigonometric series expansion.

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