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Adaptive Variable Step Size in LMS Algorithm Using Evolutionary Programming: VSSLMSEV
Ajjaiah H.B.M, Prabhakar V. Hunagund, Manoj Kumar Singh, P.V.rao
Pages - 78 - 85     |    Revised - 15-03-2012     |    Published - 16-04-2012
Volume - 6   Issue - 2    |    Publication Date - April 2012  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Adaptive Equalization, LMS Algorithm, Evolutionary Programming
ABSTRACT
The Least Mean square (LMS) algorithm has been extensively used in many applications due to its simplicity and robustness. In practical application of the LMS algorithm, a key parameter is the step size. As the step size becomes large /small, the convergence rate of the LMS algorithm will be rapid and the steady-state mean square error (MSE) will increase/decrease. Thus, the step size provides a trade off between the convergence rate and the steady-state MSE of the LMS algorithm. An intuitive way to improve the performance of the LMS algorithm is to make the step size variable rather than fixed, that is, choose large step size values during the initial convergence of the LMS algorithm, and use small step size values when the system is close to its steady state, which results invariable step size Least Mean square (VSSLMS) algorithms. By utilizing such an approach, both a fast convergence rate and a small steady-state MSE can be obtained. Although many VSSLMS algorithmic methods perform well under certain conditions, noise can degrade their performance and having performance sensitivity over parameter setting. In this paper, a new concept is introduced to vary the step size based upon evolutionary programming (SSLMSEV) algorithm is described. It has shown that the performance generated by this method is robust and does not require any presetting of involved parameters in solution based upon statistical characteristics of signal
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Mr. Ajjaiah H.B.M
- India
hbmajay@gmail.com
Mr. Prabhakar V. Hunagund
- India
Mr. Manoj Kumar Singh
- India
Mr. P.V.rao
- India