hi everybody. I'm looking for one (or more) textbook on adaptive filter theory. I'm not interesting in advanced topics, I'm interesting in a well explained book able to drive the beginner inside the matter. a book with some examples or solved exercises would be appreciated. does anyone studied the subject on a such valuable book? e.g. I implemented some adaptive notch filters starting from IEEE magazines' articles. filters worked fine but theory was sometimes obscure even in cases not so complicated like (for example) adaptive notch filtering. thanks for your precious help. Jack

# books on adaptive filtering

Jack Ace wrote:> hi everybody. > > I'm looking for one (or more) textbook on adaptive filter theory. > > I'm not interesting in advanced topics, I'm interesting in a well > explained book able to drive the beginner inside the matter. a book > with some examples or solved exercises would be appreciated. > > does anyone studied the subject on a such valuable book? > > e.g. I implemented some adaptive notch filters starting from IEEE > magazines' articles. filters worked fine but theory was sometimes > obscure even in cases not so complicated like (for example) adaptive > notch filtering. > > thanks for your precious help. > > JackI agree with you that the theory required to characterize the convergence of adaptive filters can be rough going, though the filters themselves are often quite simple. There is a book called Adaptive Filter Theory by S. Haykin that is popular. There is also a 2001 book by Treichler called Theory and Design of Adaptive filters. John

john wrote:>Jack Ace wrote: > > >>hi everybody. >> >>I'm looking for one (or more) textbook on adaptive filter theory. >> >>I'm not interesting in advanced topics, I'm interesting in a well >>explained book able to drive the beginner inside the matter. a book >>with some examples or solved exercises would be appreciated. >> >>does anyone studied the subject on a such valuable book? >> >>e.g. I implemented some adaptive notch filters starting from IEEE >>magazines' articles. filters worked fine but theory was sometimes >>obscure even in cases not so complicated like (for example) adaptive >>notch filtering. >> >>thanks for your precious help. >> >>Jack >> >> > >I agree with you that the theory required to characterize the >convergence of adaptive filters can be rough going, though the filters >themselves are often quite simple. There is a book called Adaptive >Filter Theory by S. Haykin that is popular. There is also a 2001 book >by Treichler called Theory and Design of Adaptive filters. > >Really? I always thought it was the other way around. For example, the basic idea of how an echo might be cancelled, by either time domain or frequency domain adaptive filter process, seems pretty easy to grasp. The various options for adaption mechanisms aren't too tough (although it took some pretty clever thinking to work them out in the first place. Ensuring unconditional stability in the face of the messy practical issues in real applications is where it gets interesting. For example, there is a large difference between the basically functional echo canceller you put together in a few hours when first experimenting with adaptive processes, and something that will pass every test in ITU spec. G.168. As well as generalist books, there are also some books focussed on specific kinds of adaptive filters. Suppressing rhythmic noise, and echo cancellation are two well worked areas. I don't know any work well enough to make a recommendation, though. Regards, Steve

>> There is a book called Adaptive>> Filter Theory by S. Haykin that is popular. There is also a 2001 book >> by Treichler called Theory and Design of Adaptive filters. >> > As well as generalist books, there are also some books focussed on > specific kinds of adaptive filters. Suppressing rhythmic noise, and echo > cancellation are two well worked areas. I don't know any work well > enough to make a recommendation, though. >I'd also recommend "Adaptive Signal Processing" by Bernard Widrow and Samuel Stearns It only deals with non-random signals but it does that well.

Ravi Srikantiah <ravi.srikantiah@gmail.com> wrote in message news:<d0483m$pi$1@alageremail2.agere.com>...> >> There is a book called Adaptive > >> Filter Theory by S. Haykin that is popular. There is also a 2001 book > >> by Treichler called Theory and Design of Adaptive filters. > >> > > As well as generalist books, there are also some books focussed on > > specific kinds of adaptive filters. Suppressing rhythmic noise, and echo > > cancellation are two well worked areas. I don't know any work well > > enough to make a recommendation, though. > > > > I'd also recommend "Adaptive Signal Processing" by Bernard Widrow and > Samuel Stearns > > It only deals with non-random signals but it does that well.thank all of you for your suggestions! bye Jack

i would suggest, Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing by, Manolakis, Ingle and Kogon. Nirav "Jack Ace" <jack.ace@libero.it> wrote in message news:99dc70b0.0503011559.3eb64467@posting.google.com...> hi everybody. > > I'm looking for one (or more) textbook on adaptive filter theory. > > I'm not interesting in advanced topics, I'm interesting in a well > explained book able to drive the beginner inside the matter. a book > with some examples or solved exercises would be appreciated. > > does anyone studied the subject on a such valuable book? > > e.g. I implemented some adaptive notch filters starting from IEEE > magazines' articles. filters worked fine but theory was sometimes > obscure even in cases not so complicated like (for example) adaptive > notch filtering. > > thanks for your precious help. > > Jack