Adaptive Nonlinear System Indentification: The Volterra and by Paisarn Muneesawang, Ling Guan
By Paisarn Muneesawang, Ling Guan
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The first-order Volterra system is basically the same as the linear system. In other words, the linear system is a subclass of the Volterra system. Consider a general isolated linear system as shown in figure 3-1: x(n) h1(n) y1(n) Figure 3-1. Isolated first order linear system block diagram where the h1(n) represents the linear filter coefficients. 2) where the * means linear convolution. 3) m (k) where al(m) are some proper constants. 4) denotes the inner product and δ (l − m) is the Dirac delta where , function.
M = n We note that H n ( x) is even when n is even and H n ( x) is odd when n is odd. Hermite polynomials form a complete orthogonal2 set on the interval −∞ < x < +∞ with respect to the weighting function e − x . By using this orthogonality, a piece-wise continuous function f ( x) can be expressed in terms of Hermite polynomials: ⎧ f ( x) where f ( x) is continuous ⎪ Cn H n ( x ) = ⎨ f ( x − ) + f ( x + ) ∑ at dis-continuous points n =0 ⎪ 2 ⎩ ∞ where Cn = 1 2 n! π n ∞ ∫e x2 f ( x) H ( n ) ( x)dx −∞ This orthogonal series expansion is also known as the Fourier-Hermite series expansion or the generalized Fourier series expansion.
2 Note that Tn ( x) is even when n is even and Tn ( x) is odd when n is odd; and similarly for U n ( x) , the Tchebyshev polynomials of the second kind. Tchebyshev polynomials form a complete orthogonal set on the interval −1 < x < +1 with respect to the weighting function (1 − x 2 ) −1/ 2 . By using this orthogonality, a piece-wise continuous function f ( x) in the interval −1 < x < +1 can be expressed in terms of Tchebyshev’s polynomials: ⎧ f ( x) where f ( x) is continuous ⎪ CnTn ( x) = ⎨ f ( x − ) + f ( x + ) ∑ at dis-continuous points n =0 ⎪ 2 ⎩ ∞ where ⎧1 1 1 f ( x)T ( n ) ( x)dx, n = 0 ⎪ ∫ 2 π ⎪ −1 1 − x Cn = ⎨ 1 1 ⎪2 f ( x)T ( n ) ( x)dx, n = 1, 2,3.....