Applications to adaptation algorithms
To cope with a changing world is a basic concern. In many engineering systems there are requirements of adaptability. Examples include adaptive control (adjust the regulator to the current properties of the system), adaptive filtering (continuously tuning a signal processing filter to allow for optimal action at all times), adaptive prediction and so on.
KeywordsKalman Filter Little Mean Square Recursive Little Square Adaptation Algorithm Little Mean Square Algorithm
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