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—Cumulant-based inverse filter criteria (IFC) using second-and higher order statistics (HOS) proposed by Tugnait et al. have been widely used for blind deconvolution of discrete-time multi-input multi-output (MIMO) linear time-invariant systems with non-Gaussian measurements through a multistage successive cancellation procedure, but the deconvolved signals… (More)
guaranteed convergence is proposed as well as its application to suppression of multiple access interference and intersymbol interference (ISI) for multiuser asynchronous DS/CDMA systems in multipath. Finally, some simulation results are presented to support the analytic results and the proposed algorithms.
equalizer estimate and an MMSE signal enhancement filter estimate. Then, a texture synthesis method (TSM) using the proposed BSI algorithm is presented. Some simulation results to support the efficacy of the proposed BSI algorithm and some experimental results to support the efficacy of the proposed TSM are presented. Finally, some conclusions are drawn.
Higher order statistics-based inverse filter criteria (IFC) have been effectively used for blind equalization of single-input multiple-output (SIMO) systems. Recently, Chi and Chen reported a relationship between the unknown SIMO system and the optimum equalizer designed by the IFC for finite signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). In this paper, based on this… (More)
In this paper, Shalvi and Weinstein's 1-dimensional (1-D) computationally efficient super-exponential (SE) algorithm for blind de-convolution is extended to 2-dimensional (2-D) SE algorithm. Then a noiseinsensitive 2-D blind system identification (BSI) algorithm using the computationally efficient 2-D SE algorithm is proposed for the estimation of 2-D… (More)