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Consider a special case such that the linear orthonormal set contains two orthonormal bases {bm(n), 0 ≤ m ≤ 1}. 11 is shown in figure 3-4. )2 b1(n) a2(1,1) Figure 3-4. 12 can be directly extended to higher-order systems, as shown in the next section. 3 General Volterra Model To extend to a higher order, the general Volterra system is considered, where each additive term is the output of a polynomial functional that can be thought of as a multidimensional convolution. The truncated Volterra filter output is the combination of various of these functionals, which can be written as ∞ y(n) = Y0[ x(n)] + Y1[ x(n)] + ...

There are several computer algorithms developed for this purpose. The QR decomposition provides a good way to determine the rank of a matrix. It is also widely used in many adaptive algorithms, especially the RLS-type (Ogunfunmi 1994). 3 Orthogonal models Orthogonal models are foundational and can be divided into two parts: transform-based models and orthogonal polynomial-based models. We will discuss these two parts next. 1 DFT-Based or Other Transform-Based Nonlinear Model Wiener derived orthogonal sets of polynomials from Volterra series in Schetzen (1980, 1981), as in figure 2-8.

The S matrix is upper-triangular and nonsingular [Brogam91]. It implies that the inverse matrix S-1 is also triangular. 7) -1 where R = S . 7 is the widely used form of QR decomposition. The original column in P can always be augmented with additional vector vn in such a way that matrix [P | V] has n linearly independent columns. The Gram-Schmidt procedure can then be applied to construct a full set of orthonormal vectors {qj | j = 1,…,m} which can be used to find the n× m matrix Q. Determination of a QR decomposition is not generally straightforward.

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