International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications(IJISA)

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IJISA Vol.7, No.5, Apr. 2015

Adaptive Inverse Model of Nonlinear Systems

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Prachee Patnaik, Debi Prasad Das, Santosh Kumar Mishra

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Nonlinear System, Adaptive System, Adaptive Inverse Model, Filter-Bank


This paper proposes nonlinear adaptive filter-bank (NAFB) based algorithm for inverse modeling of nonlinear systems. Inverse modeling has been an important component for sensor linearization, adaptive control, channel equalization in communication system and active noise control. Under practical situations, the plant/system behaves nonlinearly which can be modeled as both parallel and cascaded structures of linear and nonlinear transfer functions. These linear and nonlinear transfer functions can be either static or dynamic, time variant or time invariant. The proposed NAFB algorithms are applied to generate the inverse model of different types of nonlinear systems and their convergence performances are evaluated. These nonlinear inverse models can be suitably applied to many engineering applications.

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Prachee Patnaik, Debi Prasad Das, Santosh Kumar Mishra,"Adaptive Inverse Model of Nonlinear Systems", International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications(IJISA), vol.7, no.5, pp.40-47, 2015. DOI: 10.5815/ijisa.2015.05.06


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