Frequency Domain Realization of a Multichannel Blind Deconvolution Algorithm Based on the Natural Gradient

@inproceedings{Joho2003FrequencyDR,
  title={Frequency Domain Realization of a Multichannel Blind Deconvolution Algorithm Based on the Natural Gradient},
  author={Marcel Joho and Philip Schniter},
  year={2003}
}
This paper describes two efficient realizations of an adapti ve multichannel blind deconvolution algorithm based on the natur al g adient algorithm originally proposed by Amari, Douglas, Cic ho ki, and Yang. The proposed algorithms use fast convolution and c orrelation techniques and operate primarily in the frequency domain. Since the cost function minimized by the algorithms is welldefined in the time domain, the algorithms do not suffer from t he so-called frequency-domain permutation… CONTINUE READING
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