This paper describes .a block (affine) projection algorithm that has exactly the same convergence rate as the original sample-by-sample algorithm and smaller computational complexity than the fast affine projection algorithm. This is achieved by 1) introducing a correction term'that compensates for the filter output difference between the sample-by-sample projection algorithm and the straightforward block projection algorithm, and 2) applying a fast finite impulse response (FIR) filtering technique to compute filter outputs and to update the filter. We describe how to choose a pair of block lengths that gives the longest filter length under a constraint on the total computational complexity and processing delay. An example shows that the filter length can be doubled if a delay of a few hundred samples is permissible.
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- コンピュータ ビジョンおよびパターン認識