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Analysis and Simulation of System Identification Based on LMS Adaptive Filtering Algorithm

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Author: Li Yafeng, Zheng Ziwei

Abstract: This paper presents Adaptive Filtering and the least mean square algorithm which is widely used in Adaptive system. It realized the model and simulation of system identification Based on LMS algorithm by matlab and simulation. It can be seen that the adaptive FIR filter can simulation the unknown system well. Thus it can be got the system function of the unknown system through the parameters of the adaptive FIR filter and It can be carried out the function of the same hardware reconfiguration of the unknown system.

Keywords: Adaptive Filtering, Least Mean Square Algorithm, System Identification



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