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Dynamic Range, Stability, and Fault-tolerant Capability of Finite-precision RLS Systolic Array Based on Givens Rotations
The QRD RLS algorithm is generally recognized as having good numerical properties under finite-precision implementation. Also, it is very suitable for VLSI implementation since it can be easily mapped onto a systolic array. ...
Dual-State Systolic Architectures for Adaptive Filtering Using Up/Downdating RLS
We propose a dual-state systolic structure to perform joint up/down-dating operations encountered in windowed recursive least squares (RLS) estimation problems. It is derived by successively performing Givens rotations for ...
Real-Time Algorithm-Based Fault-Tolerance for QRD Recursive Least-Squares Systolic Array: A Graceful Degradation Approach
In this paper, we propose a new algorithm-based fault-tolerant method derived from the inherent nature of the QR lease-squares systolic algorithm. Since the residuals of different desired responses can be computed ...
Systolic Block Householder Transformation for RLS Algorithm with Two-level Pipelined Implementation
The QRD RLS algorithm is one of the most promising RLS algorithms, due to its robust numerical stability and suitability for VLSI implementation based on a systolic array architecture. Up to now, among many techniques to ...