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The variable fm(n) is the mth forward prediction error, and bm(n) is the mth backward prediction error. The coefficient κm is called the mth reflection coefficient. The forward prediction error fm(n) is defined as the difference between the input u(n) and its one-step predicted value; the latter is based on the set of m past inputs u(n – 1), …, u(n – m). Correspondingly, the backward prediction error bm(n) is defined as the difference between the input u(n – m) and its “backward” prediction based on the set of m “future” inputs u(n), …, u(n – m + 1).
The role of each multiplier in the filter is to multiply the tap input, to which it is connected by a filter coefficient referred to as a tap weight. Thus, a multiplier connected * to the kth tap input u(n – k) produces the scalar version of the inner product, w k u(n – k), where wk is the respective tap weight and k = 0, 1, …, M – 1. The asterisk denotes complex conjugation, which assumes that the tap inputs and, therefore, the tap weights are all complex valued. The combined role of the adders in the filter is to sum the individual multiplier outputs and produce an overall filter output.
6 Nonlinear Adaptive Systems: Neural Networks The theory of linear optimum filters is based on the mean-square error criterion. The Wiener filter that results from the minimization of such a criterion, and which represents the goal of linear adaptive filtering for a stationary environment, can only relate to second-order statistics of the input data and no higher. This constraint limits the ability of a linear adaptive filter to extract information from input data that are non-Gaussian. Despite its theoretical importance, the existence of Gaussian noise is open to question (Johnson and Rao, 1990).