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Finally, in 1983, McWhirter (McWhirter 1983) developed a simplified version of the Gentleman-Kung systolic array for recursive least squares estimation, which is very well suited for adaptive beam forming applications. 4 Adaptive Control Much of the history that is related to adaptive filters is also relevant to adaptive control systems as they incorporate much of the same theory. In fact, the main difference between the two is mostly a matter of application rather than underlying principles of operation.
1. A System Representation A signal is defined to be a function of one or more variables that conveys information on the nature of a physical phenomenon. A signal can also be seen as a varying quantity or variable that represents a form of energy propagation within or through a system. Signals can be one-dimensional, two-dimensional or multidimensional, depending on the number of variables. A signal can be naturally occurring or it can be synthesised or simulated. The variation of signal amplitude as a function of some independent variable or variables (usually time) is defined as the signal waveform.
The class of real physical systems are causal systems. A causal system produces an output that at any time t1 is a function of only those input values that have 28 Principles of Adaptive Filters and Self-learning Systems occurred for times up to and including t1 (Gabel and Roberts 1987). Noncausal systems produce outputs as a function of inputs ahead of t1. These are often useful for computational purposes in the process of eventually producing real outputs for real systems. The state of a system is defined by a minimal set of variables known at t1 such that for all inputs for t > t1 it is possible to calculate the system outputs for t > t1.