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Nested-Feedback-Loops Realization of 2-D Systems

  • Andrzej Cichocki

Abstract

Algorithms are derived for representation of double power series by branched continued fractions. Some properties of the branched continued fractions are given. Two new alternative structures for realization of a two-dimensional, zero memory nonlinear transfer characteristic are proposed. These structures permit the design of 2-D systems with relatively low sensitivity of the transfer function to coefficient errors. Generalized equivalence transformations of branched continued fractions are also presented. Illustrative examples are included.

Keywords

Power Series Continue Fraction Equivalence Transformation Continue Fraction Expansion Signal Flow Graph 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Andrzej Cichocki
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  1. 1.Institute of the Theory of Electrical Engineering and Electrical MeasurementsWarsaw Technical UniversityWarsaw, Koszykowa 75Poland

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