Journal: IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing

Volume 45, Issue 9

2153 -- 2159Prashant P. Gandhi. Optimum quantization of order statistics
2160 -- 2174Pierre Moulin, Mihai Anitescu, Kenneth O. Kortanek, Florian A. Potra. The role of linear semi-infinite programming in signal-adapted QMF bank design
2175 -- 2187Trac Duy Tran, Truong Q. Nguyen. On M-channel linear phase FIR filter banks and application in image compression
2188 -- 2202Karine Gosse, Pierre Duhamel. Perfect reconstruction versus MMSE filter banks in source coding
2203 -- 2219Mark D. Hahm, Zoran I. Mitrovski, Edward L. Titlebaum. Deconvolution in the presence of Doppler with application to specular multipath parameter estimation
2220 -- 2230Andrew E. Yagle, Hyunduk Ahn. Partitioning algorithms for 1-D and 2-D discrete phase-retrieval problems with disconnected support
2231 -- 2240Phillip A. Regalia. Past input reconstruction in fast least-squares algorithms
2241 -- 2251Athina P. Petropulu, Udantha R. Abeyratne. System reconstruction from higher order spectra slices
2252 -- 2264Egemen Gönen, Jerry M. Mendel. Applications of cumulants to array processing. III. Blind beamforming for coherent signals
2265 -- 2276Egemen Gönen, Jerry M. Mendel, Mithat C. Dogan. Applications of cumulants to array processing. IV. Direction finding in coherent signals case
2277 -- 2292Georgios B. Giannakis, Steven D. Halford. Blind fractionally spaced equalization of noisy FIR channels: direct and adaptive solutions
2293 -- 2300John S. Bodenschatz, Chrysostomos L. Nikias. Recursive local orthogonality filtering
2301 -- 2306John S. Bodenschatz, Chrysostomos L. Nikias. Symmetric alpha-stable filter theory
2307 -- 2317David Gesbert, Pierre Duhamel, Sylvie Mayrargue. On-line blind multichannel equalization based on mutually referenced filters
2318 -- 2327Kie B. Eom, Rama Chellappa. Noncooperative target classification using hierarchical modeling of high-range resolution radar signatures
2328 -- 2337Chao-Tang Yu, Pramod K. Varshney. Sampling design for Gaussian detection problems
2338 -- 2350Huaizhong Li, Minyue Fu. ∞ filtering
2351 -- 2362Petre Stoica, Mats L. Cedervall. Detection tests for array processing in unknown correlated noise fields
2363 -- 2373Ahmet H. Kayran, Sydney R. Parker. Optimum quarter-plane autoregressive modeling of 2-D fields using four-field lattice approach
2374 -- 2376Kuo-Liang Chung, Wen-Ming Yan. The complex Householder transform
2376 -- 2380Shogo Muramatsu, Hitoshi Kiya. Extended overlap-add and -save methods for multirate signal processing
2380 -- 2387Takayuki Nagai, Takaaki Fuchie, Masaaki Ikehara. Design of linear phase M-channel perfect reconstruction FIR filter banks
2387 -- 2390Prashant P. Gandhi, Sathyanarayan S. Rao, Ravikanth Pappu. Wavelets for waveform coding of digital symbols
2391 -- 2395Shin'ichi Koike. Adaptive threshold nonlinear algorithm for adaptive filters with robustness against impulse noise
2395 -- 2398Miki Haseyama, Hideo Kitajima. Inherent matrix identities on ARMA lattice filter realization algorithm and their application
2398 -- 2401Luc Knockaert. The Barankin bound and threshold behavior in frequency estimation
2401 -- 2404Weiping Li, Xixian Chen, Yi Wang, Nobuhiro Miki. Full-duplex fast estimation of echo and channel responses in the presence of frequency offsets in both far echo and far signal

Volume 45, Issue 8

1909 -- 1918James A. Bush, Sankar Basu, Paul M. Chirlian. A new generalized energy criterion for the passivity of digital networks
1919 -- 1930Hanks H. Zeng, Lang Tong. Blind channel estimation using the second-order statistics: algorithms
1931 -- 1942Peter Strobach. The recursive companion matrix root tracker
1943 -- 1953Mark A. Poletti. The homomorphic analytic signal
1954 -- 1970Dale Groutage. A fast algorithm for computing minimum cross-entropy positive time-frequency distributions
1971 -- 1986See-May Phoong, P. P. Vaidyanathan. Factorability of lossless time-varying filters and filter banks
1987 -- 2000Behrouz Farhang-Boroujeny. Fast LMS/Newton algorithms based on autoregressive modeling and their application to acoustic echo cancellation
2001 -- 2009Gang Li. A stable and efficient adaptive notch filter for direct frequency estimation
2010 -- 2022Duraisamy Sundararajan, M. Omair Ahmad, M. N. S. Swamy. Fast computation of the discrete Fourier transform of real data
2023 -- 2036Shankar Prakriya, Dimitrios Hatzinakos. Blind identification of linear subsystems of LTI-ZMNL-LTI models with cyclostationary inputs
2037 -- 2047Robert J. Stahl, Peter K. Willett. Quickest detection of a tonal burst
2048 -- 2059Petre Stoica, Andreas Jakobsson, Jian Li. Cisoid parameter estimation in the colored noise case: asymptotic Cramer-Rao bound, maximum likelihood, and nonlinear least-squares
2060 -- 2071Hanks H. Zeng, Lang Tong. Blind channel estimation using the second-order statistics: asymptotic performance and limitations
2072 -- 2084Xiang-Gen Xia. System identification using chirp signals and time-variant filters in the joint time-frequency domain
2085 -- 2091Mohammad Abdallah, Alexander Skavantzos. On the binary quadratic residue system with noncoprime moduli
2092 -- 2096Feng Qin. A practical method for designing FIR digital filters in the complex domain
2097 -- 2101Daniël W. E. Schobben, Rob A. Beuker, Werner Oomen. Dither and data compression
2101 -- 2105Peter Händel, Petr Tichavský. Frequency rate estimation at high SNR
2105 -- 2109Jianlin Li, Truong Q. Nguyen, Sawasd Tantaratana. A simple design method for near-perfect-reconstruction nonuniform filter banks
2109 -- 2115George Roumeliotis. Local smoothness maps: a new method for solving inverse problems with the accurate recovery of sharp gradients
2115 -- 2120Paulo Jorge S. G. Ferreira. The eigenvalues of matrices that occur in certain interpolation problems
2121 -- 2125Wolfgang Niehsen, Klaus-Albert Owenier. A note on "On-line parameter identification algorithms based on Householder transformation"
2125 -- 2129Scott C. Douglas. Performance comparison of two implementations of the leaky LMS adaptive filter
2130 -- 2136Yukiko Yokoyama, Mineo Kumazawa, Yuichi Imanishi, Naoki Mikami. A new method of nonstationary time series analysis based on inhomogeneous AR equation
2136 -- 2140Xi-Jin Ge, Nan-Xian Chen, Zhao-Dou Chen. Efficient algorithm for 2-D arithmetic Fourier transform
2140 -- 2144Chun-Te Chen, Liang-Gee Chen, Jue-Hsuan Hsiao. A bit-level pipelined VLSI architecture for the running order algorithm

Volume 45, Issue 7

1681 -- 1688Andreas M. Maras. Threshold parameter estimation in nonadditive non-Gaussian noise
1689 -- 1696Yih-Min Chen. On spatial smoothing for two-dimensional direction-of-arrival estimation of coherent signals
1697 -- 1711Michael Unser, Ingrid Daubechies. On the approximation power of convolution-based least squares versus interpolation
1712 -- 1725Dinh-Tuan Pham, Philippe Garat. Blind separation of mixture of independent sources through a quasi-maximum likelihood approach
1726 -- 1735Mangesh M. Chansarkar, Uday B. Desai. A robust recursive least squares algorithm
1736 -- 1741Anand Kannan, V. U. Reddy. Maximum likelihood estimation of constellation vectors for blind separation of co-channel BPSK signals and its performance analysis
1742 -- 1762Horng-Ming Chien, Huang-Lin Yang, Chong-Yung Chi. Parametric cumulant based phase estimation of 1-D and 2-D nonminimum phase systems by allpass filtering
1763 -- 1769Wai Kuen Lai, P. C. Ching. A novel blind estimation algorithm
1770 -- 1784Lee M. Garth, Yoram Bresler. The degradation of higher order spectral detection using narrowband processing
1785 -- 1794Michail K. Tsatsanis, Georgios B. Giannakis. Transmitter induced cyclostationarity for blind channel equalization
1795 -- 1799Jacob Sheinvald, Mati Wax, Anthony J. Weiss. On the achievable localization accuracy of multiple sources at high SNR
1800 -- 1805Jan-Jaap van de Beek, Magnus Sandell, Per Ola Börjesson. ML estimation of time and frequency offset in OFDM systems
1806 -- 1814Piero Barone, Raffaello Ragona. Bayesian estimation of parameters of a damped sinusoidal model by a Markov chain Monte Carlo method
1815 -- 1830Georgios B. Giannakis, Steven D. Halford. Asymptotically optimal blind fractionally spaced channel estimation and performance analysis
1831 -- 1841Youji Iiguni, Isao Kawamoto, Norihiko Adachi. A nonlinear adaptive estimation method based on local approximation
1842 -- 1853Iain Scott, Bernard Mulgrew. Nonlinear system identification and prediction using orthogonal functions
1854 -- 1857Huaijin Gu, Robert Gao. Resolution of overlapping echoes and constrained matched filter
1857 -- 1862Chin-Chuan Han, Kuo-Chin Fan. Finding of optimal stack filter by graphic searching methods
1862 -- 1865Hari Sundaram, Shiv Dutt Joshi, R. K. P. Bhatt. Scale periodicity and its sampling theorem
1865 -- 1868Yifeng Zhou, Patrick C. Yip, Henry Leung. On the efficient prediction of fractal signals
1869 -- 1873Ba-Ngu Vo, Antonio Cantoni, Kok Lay Teo. A penalty approach to iterative algorithms for envelope constrained filter design
1873 -- 1878George A. Tsihrintzis, Chrysostomos L. Nikias. Data-adaptive algorithms for signal detection in sub-Gaussian impulsive interference
1878 -- 1885Alex B. Gershman, Ulrich Nickel 0001, Johann F. Böhme. Adaptive beamforming algorithms with robustness against jammer motion
1886 -- 1889Phillip L. Ainsleigh. Observations on oblique projectors and pseudoinverses
1889 -- 1894Adel Belouchrani, Wei Ren. Blind carrier phase tracking with guaranteed global convergence
1894 -- 1899Alex B. Gershman, Christoph F. Mecklenbräuker, Johann F. Böhme. Matrix fitting approach to direction of arrival estimation with imperfect spatial coherence of wavefronts

Volume 45, Issue 6

1405 -- 1414Ba-Ngu Vo, Antonio Cantoni, Kok Lay Teo. Envelope constrained filter with linear interpolator
1415 -- 1427Avery Wang, Julius O. Smith III. On fast FIR filters implemented as tail-canceling IIR filters
1428 -- 1442Meir Zibulski, Yehoshua Y. Zeevi. Discrete multiwindow Gabor-type transforms
1443 -- 1457See-May Phoong, P. P. Vaidyanathan. Paraunitary filter banks over finite fields
1458 -- 1472Hong Fan. A structural view of asymptotic convergence speed of adaptive IIR filtering algorithm. II. Finite precision implementation
1473 -- 1484Petr Tichavský, Arye Nehorai. Comparative study of four adaptive frequency trackers
1485 -- 1494David W. Griffith, Gonzalo R. Arce. Partially decoupled Volterra filters: formulation and LMS adaptation
1495 -- 1506Steven H. Isabelle, Gregory W. Wornell. Statistical analysis and spectral estimation techniques for one-dimensional chaotic signals
1507 -- 1519Fulvio Gini. A cumulant-based adaptive technique for coherent radar detection in a mixture of K-distributed clutter and Gaussian disturbance
1520 -- 1534Gerald Matz, Franz Hlawatsch, Werner Kozek. Generalized evolutionary spectral analysis and the Weyl spectrum of nonstationary random processes
1535 -- 1542Sang Hwan Park, Wook Hyun Kwon, Oh-Kyu Kwon, Myung-Joon Kim. Short-time Fourier analysis via optimal harmonic FIR filters
1543 -- 1552Yujiro Inouye, Kazumasa Hirano. Cumulant-based blind identification of linear multi-input-multi-output systems driven by colored inputs
1553 -- 1559Luc Knockaert. Maximum a posteriori maximum entropy order determination
1560 -- 1573Yifeng Zhou, Henry Leung, Patrick C. Yip. An exact maximum likelihood registration algorithm for data fusion
1574 -- 1583Sina Mirsaidi, Gilles A. Fleury, Jacques Oksman. LMS-like AR modeling in the case of missing observations
1584 -- 1590Qi Cheng, Yingbo Hua. Detection of cisoids using least square error function
1591 -- 1604Chuang He, José M. F. Moura. Robust detection with the gap metric
1605 -- 1618Shuvra S. Bhattacharyya, Sundararajan Sriram, Edward A. Lee. Optimizing synchronization in multiprocessor DSP systems
1619 -- 1637Simon Haykin, Tarun Kumar Bhattacharya. Modular learning strategy for signal detection in a nonstationary environment
1638 -- 1641Nigel Lee, Stuart C. Schwartz. Robustness of oversampled Gabor transient detectors: a comparison of energy and known location detectors
1641 -- 1645Yutai Ma. An accurate error analysis model for fast Fourier transform
1645 -- 1650Gopal T. Venkatesan, Moeness G. Amin. Time-frequency distribution kernels using FIR filter design techniques
1650 -- 1655LJubisa Stankovic, Veselin N. Ivanovic. Further results on the minimum variance time-frequency distribution kernels
1656 -- 1659Tayfun Akgül, Amro El-Jaroudi, Marwan A. Simaan. Multiscale deconvolution of sensor array signals via sum-of-cumulants
1659 -- 1663Andrew Sexton, Donald E. Lyon. A unified minimum variance spectrum-based approach for simultaneous identification of both harmonic and stationary random noise fields
1664 -- 1668Zuqiang Fu, Eric M. Dowling. Conjugate gradient projection subspace tracking
1669 -- 1674Chih-Peng Fan, Jar-Ferr Yang. Fixed-Pipeline Two-Dimensional Hadamard Transform Algorithms

Volume 45, Issue 5

1109 -- 1117Anthony J. Weiss, Benjamin Friedlander. Fading effects on antenna arrays in cellular communications
1118 -- 1128Simon Haykin, Ali H. Sayed, James R. Zeidler, Paul Yee, Paul C. Wei. Adaptive tracking of linear time-variant systems by extended RLS algorithms
1129 -- 1143M. Alper Kutay, Haldun M. Özaktas, Orhan Ankan, Levent Onural. Optimal filtering in fractional Fourier domains
1144 -- 1152Luc Vandendorpe, Paul Delogne, Benoît Maison, Laurent Cuvelier. MMSE design of interpolation and downsampling FIR filters in the context of periodic nonuniform sampling
1153 -- 1160Phillip E. Pace, Richard E. Leino, David Styer. Use of the symmetrical number system in resolving single-frequency undersampling aliases
1161 -- 1172Yih-Jyi Jeng, Chien-Chung Yeh. Cluster-based blind nonlinear-channel estimation
1173 -- 1183Kjetil F. Kaaresen. Deconvolution of sparse spike trains by iterated window maximization
1184 -- 1192Wen-Rong Wu, Po-Cheng Chen. Adaptive AR modeling in white Gaussian noise
1193 -- 1209Kalavai J. Raghunath, Keshab K. Parhi. Finite-precision error analysis of QRD-RLS and STAR-RLS adaptive filters
1210 -- 1221Pui W. Wu, Hanoch Lev-Ari. Optimized estimation of moments for nonstationary signals
1222 -- 1240Peter Strobach. Bi-iteration SVD subspace tracking algorithms
1241 -- 1252Michail K. Tsatsanis, Georgios B. Giannakis. Blind estimation of direct sequence spread spectrum signals in multipath
1253 -- 1263Norman Yuen, Benjamin Friedlander. DOA estimation in multipath: an approach using fourth-order cumulants
1264 -- 1275Graeme Jones, Boualem Boashash. Generalized instantaneous parameters and window matching in the time-frequency plane
1276 -- 1290Naresh R. Shanbhag, Manish Goel. Low-power adaptive filter architectures and their application to 51.84 Mb/s ATM-LAN
1291 -- 1308José Fridman, Elias S. Manolakos. Discrete wavelet transform: data dependence analysis and synthesis of distributed memory and control array architectures
1309 -- 1322Sissades Tongsima, Edwin Hsing-Mean Sha, Nelson L. Passos. Communication-sensitive loop scheduling for DSP applications
1323 -- 1335Rabi N. Mahapatra, Akhilesh Kumar, Biswanath N. Chatterji. Performance analysis of 2-D inverse fast cosine transform employing multiprocessors
1336 -- 1339Alan R. Lindsey. Wavelet packet modulation for orthogonally multiplexed communication
1340 -- 1343Azzedine Zerguine, Colin F. N. Cowan, Maamar Bettayeb. Adaptive echo cancellation using least mean mixed-norm algorithm
1343 -- 1348Luis Castedo, Carlos J. Escudero, Adriana Dapena. A blind signal separation method for multiuser communications
1348 -- 1350Ming-Chwen Yang, Ja-Ling Wu, Yuh-Ming Huang. Normal bases expansion of the discrete cosine transform
1351 -- 1354Messaoud Benidir. Characterization of polynomial functions and application to time-frequency analysis
1355 -- 1359Ismail German. Short kernel fifth-order interpolation
1359 -- 1364Bor-Sen Chen, Wen-Sheng Hou. Deconvolution filter design for fractal signal transmission systems: a multiscale Kalman filter bank approach
1364 -- 1367Nathalie Plaziac, Chon-Tam LeDinh, Jean-Pierre Adoul. PWL nonlinear adaptive filter via RLS and NLMS algorithms
1367 -- 1371Juan E. Cousseau, Paulo S. R. Diniz. New adaptive IIR filtering algorithms based on the Steiglitz-McBride method
1371 -- 1374François Desbouvries, Phillip A. Regalia. A minimal, rotation-based FRLS lattice algorithm
1375 -- 1378Eweda Eweda. Tracking analysis of the sign-sign algorithm for nonstationary adaptive filtering with Gaussian data
1378 -- 1382Michael Banbrook, Gary Ushaw, Steve McLaughlin. How to extract Lyapunov exponents from short and noisy time series
1382 -- 1390Asoke K. Nandi, Detlef Mämpel, Burkhard Roscher. Blind deconvolution of ultrasonic signals in nondestructive testing applications
1390 -- 1393Hua Chen, Sabine Van Huffel, Joos Vandewalle. Improved methods for exponential parameter estimation in the presence of known poles and noise
1393 -- 1396Vidya Venkatachalam, Jorge L. Aravena. Optimal parallel 2-D FIR digital filter with separable terms

Volume 45, Issue 4

829 -- 836Neep Hazarika, Ah Chung Tsoi, Alex A. Sergejew. Nonlinear considerations in EEG signal classification
837 -- 840Chengshan Xiao. 2-sensitivity for state-space digital system
841 -- 850Stephen Del Marco, John Weiss. Improved transient signal detection using a wavepacket-based detector with an extended translation-invariant wavelet transform
851 -- 866Helmut Bölcskei, Franz Hlawatsch. Discrete Zak transforms, polyphase transforms, and applications
867 -- 879Alan C. Bovik, Joseph P. Havlicek, Mita D. Desai, David S. Harding. Limits on discrete modulated signals
880 -- 890Jianlin Li, Sawasd Tantaratana. Multiplier-free realizations for FIR multirate converters based on mixed-radix number representation
891 -- 900Michael J. Vrhel, Chulhee Lee, Michael Unser. Rapid computation of the continuous wavelet transform by oblique projections
901 -- 912Oguz Tanrikulu, Buyurman Baykal, Anthony G. Constantinides, Jonathon A. Chambers. Residual echo signal in critically sampled subband acoustic echo cancellers based on IIR and FIR filter banks
913 -- 917Stefano Alliney. A property of the minimum vectors of a regularizing functional defined by means of the absolute norm
918 -- 926Odile Macchi, Eric Moreau. Self-adaptive source separation .I. Convergence analysis of a direct linear network controlled by the Herault-Jutten algorithm
927 -- 934Khaled A. Mayyas, Tyseer Aboulnasr. Leaky LMS algorithm: MSE analysis for Gaussian data
935 -- 944Naofal Al-Dhahir, John M. Cioffi. Mismatched finite-complexity MMSE decision feedback equalizers
945 -- 959Jeffrey L. Krolik, Richard H. Anderson. Maximum likelihood coordinate registration for over-the-horizon radar
960 -- 969Yong Up Lee, Jinho Choi 0001, Iickho Song, Seong Ro Lee. Distributed source modeling and direction-of-arrival estimation techniques
970 -- 981Kiyoshi Nishiyama. A nonlinear filter for estimating a sinusoidal signal and its parameters in white noise: on the case of a single sinusoid
982 -- 995Thomas W. Hilands, Stelios C. A. Thomopoulos. Nonlinear filtering methods for harmonic retrieval and model order selection in Gaussian and non-Gaussian noise
996 -- 1004Mats Viberg, Peter Stoica, Björn E. Ottersten. Maximum likelihood array processing in spatially correlated noise fields using parameterized signals
1005 -- 1012Paul D. Anderson, Mary Ann Ingram. The performance of the least mean squares algorithm combined with spatial smoothing
1013 -- 1024Ching-Hsiang Tseng. A mixed-domain method for identification of quadratically nonlinear systems
1025 -- 1035Fredrik Gustafsson, Svante Gunnarsson, Lennart Ljung. Shaping frequency-dependent time resolution when estimating spectral properties with parametric methods
1036 -- 1044Lina J. Karam, James H. McClellan. Efficient design of digital filters for 2-D and 3-D depth migration
1045 -- 1050Jitendra K. Tugnait. Fitting MA models to linear non-Gaussian random fields using higher order cumulants
1051 -- 1064Tülay Adali, Xiao Liu, M. Kemal Sönmez. Conditional distribution learning with neural networks and its application to channel equalization
1065 -- 1067Axel Clausen, Douglas Cochran. An invariance property of the generalized coherence estimate
1067 -- 1070Akbar M. Sayeed. On the equivalence of the operator and kernel methods for joint distributions of arbitrary variables
1070 -- 1075Hideo Murakami. Block sampling rate conversion systems using real-valued fast cyclic convolution algorithms
1075 -- 1078Michael B. Kozin, Vladimir V. Volkov, Dmitri I. Svergun. A compact algorithm for evaluating linear prolate functions
1078 -- 1082Alle-Jan van der Veen. Analytical method for blind binary signal separation
1083 -- 1087Amit Mathur, Arvind V. Keerthi, John J. Shynk. A variable step-size CM array algorithm for fast fading channels
1087 -- 1091Kah-Chye Tan, Geok-Lian Oh. Estimating directions-of-arrival of coherent signals in unknown correlated noise via spatial smoothing
1092 -- 1095Xuemin Shen, Li Deng. ∞ filter design
1096 -- 1100Emmanuel Angelidis. A 2-D block decomposition technique for designing 2-D FIR filters from frequency samples

Volume 45, Issue 3

513 -- 525John A. Stuller, Nancy Hubing. New perspectives for maximum likelihood time-delay estimation
526 -- 532Hervé Lebret, Stephen Boyd. Antenna array pattern synthesis via convex optimization
533 -- 542Chunxi Wan, Alan M. Schneider. Further improvements in digitizing continuous-time filters
543 -- 551LJubisa Stankovic. Highly concentrated time-frequency distributions: pseudo quantum signal representation
552 -- 560Bernard C. Picinbono. On instantaneous amplitude and phase of signals
561 -- 571William M. Campbell, Thomas W. Parks. 2-error criterion
572 -- 582Tongwen Chen. ∞ performance measure
583 -- 599Igor Djokovic, P. P. Vaidyanathan. Generalized sampling theorems in multiresolution subspaces
600 -- 616Irina F. Gorodnitsky, Bhaskar D. Rao. Sparse signal reconstruction from limited data using FOCUSS: a re-weighted minimum norm algorithm
617 -- 630Srinath Hosur, Ahmed H. Tewfik. Wavelet transform domain adaptive FIR filtering
631 -- 639Tyseer Aboulnasr, Khaled A. Mayyas. A robust variable step-size LMS-type algorithm: analysis and simulations
640 -- 649Anthony Kuh. Comparison of tracking algorithms for single layer threshold networks in the presence of random drift
650 -- 657Zhi Ding. On convergence analysis of fractionally spaced adaptive blind equalizers
658 -- 672Jitendra K. Tugnait. Identification and deconvolution of multichannel linear non-Gaussian processes using higher order statistics and inverse filter criteria
673 -- 685Thomas F. Andre, Robert D. Nowak, Barry D. Van Veen. Low-rank estimation of higher order statistics
686 -- 693Rik Pintelon, Johan Schoukens, Gerd Vandersteen. Model selection through a statistical analysis of the global minimum of a weighted nonlinear least squares cost function
694 -- 705Karim Abed-Meraim, Eric Moulines, Philippe Loubaton. Prediction error method for second-order blind identification
706 -- 718Shilpa Talwar, Arogyaswami Paulraj. Blind separation of synchronous co-channel digital signals using an antenna array. II. Performance analysis
719 -- 735Jonathon C. Ralston, Abdelhak M. Zoubir, Boualem Boashash. Identification of a class of nonlinear systems under stationary non-Gaussian excitation
736 -- 746Sen-Chueh Peng, Bor-Sen Chen. 1 optimization technique
747 -- 756Neil J. Bershad, Mohamed Ibnkahla, Francis Castanie. Statistical analysis of a two-layer backpropagation algorithm used for modeling nonlinear memoryless channels: the single neuron case
757 -- 760Chi-Wah Kok. Fast algorithm for computing discrete cosine transform
761 -- 762Akbar M. Sayeed, Douglas L. Jones. Corrections to "Optimal detection using bilinear time-frequency and time-scale representations"
763 -- 767Sheila S. Hemami, Robert M. Gray. Subband filters optimized for lost coefficient reconstruction
768 -- 0Naoki Saito, Gregory Beylkin. Correction to "Multiresolution Representations Using the Autocorrelation Functions of Compactly Supported Wavelets" [Correspondencd]
768 -- 770P. Taneli Harju. Polynomial prediction using incomplete data
770 -- 773Yingbo Hua, Karim Abed-Meraim, Mati Wax. Blind system identification using minimum noise subspace
773 -- 778Jae-Sung Lim, Chong Kwan Un. Optimum block adaptive filtering algorithms using the preconditioning technique
778 -- 781Maria Hansson, Göran Salomonsson. A multiple window method for estimation of peaked spectra
781 -- 785Carl During. Recursive versus nonrecursive correlation for real-time peak detection and tracking
786 -- 789ByoungSeon Choi. A recursive algorithm for solving the normal equations of bilateral AR models
789 -- 792Stephan V. Schell. A separability theorem for 2M conjugate-symmetric signals impinging on an M-element sensor array
792 -- 799Martin Haardt. Structured least squares to improve the performance of ESPRIT-type algorithms
799 -- 803Ioannis Dologlou, Sabine Van Huffel, Dirk van Ormondt. Improved signal enhancement procedures applied to exponential data modeling
803 -- 807Alfred O. Hero, Mohammad Usman, Anne C. Sauve, Jeffrey A. Fessler. Recursive algorithms for computing the Cramer-Rao bound
808 -- 811Mats Cedervall, Randolph L. Moses. Efficient maximum likelihood DOA estimation for signals with known waveforms in the presence of multipath
811 -- 813Farouk Laichi, Tyseer Aboulnasr, Willem J. D. Steenaart. Effect of delay on the performance of the leaky LMS adaptive algorithm
814 -- 817Barry G. Quinn. Estimation of frequency, amplitude, and phase from the DFT of a time series

Volume 45, Issue 2

297 -- 302Guoan Bi. New split-radix algorithm for the discrete Hartley transform
303 -- 315Franz Hlawatsch, Antonia Papandreou-Suppappola, Gloria Faye Boudreaux-Bartels. The hyperbolic class of quadratic time-frequency representations. II. Subclasses, intersection with the affine and power classes, regularity, and unitarity
316 -- 327Sergio Barbarossa, Valentina Petrone. Analysis of polynomial-phase signals by the integrated generalized ambiguity function
328 -- 332Hideo Murakami. Implementation and perfect reconstruction of a maximally decimated FIR filter bank using parallel module decomposition
333 -- 345Zixiang Xiong, Kannan Ramchandran, Cormac Herley, Michael T. Orchard. Flexible tree-structured signal expansions using time-varying wavelet packets
346 -- 362Buyurman Baykal, Anthony G. Constantinides. Underdetermined-order recursive least-squares adaptive filtering: the concept and algorithms
363 -- 376Paul C. Wei, James R. Zeidler, Walter H. Ku. Adaptive recovery of a chirped signal using the RLS algorithm
377 -- 388Robert D. Nowak, Barry D. Van Veen. Volterra filter equalization: a fixed point approach
389 -- 395Nicholas D. Sidiropoulos. Fast digital locally monotonic regression
396 -- 410Birsen Yazici, Rangasami L. Kashyap. A class of second-order stationary self-similar processes for 1/f phenomena
411 -- 420Bernard C. Picinbono, Pascal Bondon. Second-order statistics of complex signals
421 -- 433Raúl E. Sequeira, John A. Gubner. Blind intensity estimation from shot-noise data
434 -- 444Adel Belouchrani, Karim Abed-Meraim, Jean-François Cardoso, Eric Moulines. A blind source separation technique using second-order statistics
445 -- 456Zhijian Hu, Henry Leung, Martin Blanchette. Statistical performance analysis of track initiation techniques
457 -- 467Alan Kwentus, Zhongnong Jiang, Alan N. Willson Jr.. Application of filter sharpening to cascaded integrator-comb decimation filters
468 -- 471Richard Rau, James H. McClellan. Efficient approximation of Gaussian filters
471 -- 476Miki Haseyama, Hideo Kitajima. A realization method of an ARMAX lattice filter
477 -- 481Behrouz Farhang-Boroujeny. An IIR adaptive line enhancer with controlled bandwidth
481 -- 486Geoffrey Ye Li, K. J. Ray Liu, Javad Razavilar. A parameter estimation scheme for damped sinusoidal signals based on low-rank Hankel approximation
487 -- 492Stella N. Batalama, Dimitri Kazakos. On the generalized Cramer-Rao bound for the estimation of the location
492 -- 496J. Scott Goldstein, Irving S. Reed. Reduced-rank adaptive filtering
496 -- 500Michael L. Hilton, R. Todd Ogden. Data analytic wavelet threshold selection in 2-D signal denoising
500 -- 504Alain Biem, Shigeru Katagiri, Biing-Hwang Juang. Pattern recognition using discriminative feature extraction

Volume 45, Issue 12

2877 -- 2890Kon Max Wong, Jiangfeng Wu, Timothy N. Davidson, Qu Jin. Wavelet packet division multiplexing and wavelet packet design under timing error effects
2891 -- 2895Guo-Fang Xu, Tamal Bose. Elimination of limit cycles due to two's complement quantization in normal form digital filters
2896 -- 2899Maurence M. Anguh. Quadtree and symmetry in FFT computation of digital images
2900 -- 2911Maria D. Miranda, Max Gerken. A hybrid least squares QR-lattice algorithm using a priori errors
2912 -- 2927Mark R. McClure, Lawrence Carin. Matching pursuits with a wave-based dictionary
2928 -- 2940Dong Wei, Alan C. Bovik. On asymptotic convergence of the dual filters associated with two families of biorthogonal wavelets
2941 -- 2950Michael Unser, Josiane Zerubia. Generalized sampling: stability and performance analysis
2951 -- 2966Satya Dharanipragada, K. S. Arun. Bandlimited extrapolation using time-bandwidth dimension
2967 -- 2976Adam Krzyzak, Ewaryst Rafajlowicz, Miroslaw Pawlak. Moving average restoration of bandlimited signals from noisy observations
2977 -- 2992Haralambos Pozidis, Athina P. Petropulu. Cross-spectrum based blind channel identification
2993 -- 3005J. Minkoff. The operation of multichannel feedforward adaptive systems
3006 -- 3016Zoran Fejzo, Hanoch Lev-Ari. Adaptive Laguerre-lattice filters
3017 -- 3026Victor Solo. The stability of LMS
3027 -- 3038Timothy J. Schulz. Penalized maximum-likelihood estimation of covariance matrices with linear structure
3039 -- 3052Pascal Bondon, Christophe Bourin. Nonlinear infinite extent interpolation of stationary processes
3053 -- 3061Zhi Ding. Matrix outer-product decomposition method for blind multiple channel identification
3062 -- 3072Fabrice Gamboa, Elisabeth Gassiat. Source separation when the input sources are discrete or have constant modulus
3073 -- 3083Bao-Gang Hu, Raymond G. Gosine. A new eigenstructure method for sinusoidal signal retrieval in white noise: estimation and pattern recognition
3084 -- 3093Michail K. Tsatsanis, Georgios B. Giannakis. Subspace methods for blind estimation of time-varying FIR channels
3094 -- 3096S. Gudvangen. A class of sliding Fermat number transforms that admit a tradeoff between complexity and input-output delay
3096 -- 3104Nikos D. Sidiropoulos, John S. Baras, Carlos Alberto Berenstein. Weak continuity with structural constraints
3104 -- 3107Karl Gerlach, Michael J. Steiner. An adaptive matched filter that compensates for I, Q mismatch errors
3107 -- 3112Ashutosh Sabharwal, Lee C. Potter. Set estimation via ellipsoidal approximations

Volume 45, Issue 11

2637 -- 2638Anthony G. Constantinides, Simon Haykin, Yu Hen Hu, Jenq-Neng Hwang, Shigeru Katagiri, Sun-Yuan Kung, Tomaso Poggio. Guest Editors' Introduction: Neural Networks For Signal Processing
2639 -- 2654Sei-Wang Chen, Chi-Farn Chen, Meng-Seng Chen, Shen Cherng, Chiung-Yao Fang, Kuo-En Chang. Neural-fuzzy classification for segmentation of remotely sensed images
2655 -- 2662Hideyuki Watanabe, Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi, Shigeru Katagiri. Discriminative metric design for robust pattern recognition
2663 -- 2672Marc M. Van Hulle. Nonparametric regression analysis achieved with topographic maps developed in combination with projection pursuit learning: an application to density estimation and adaptive filtering of grey-scale images
2673 -- 2681Mike Schuster, Kuldip K. Paliwal. Bidirectional recurrent neural networks
2682 -- 2691Johan A. K. Suykens, Joos Vandewalle, Bart De Moor. q theory: checking and imposing stability of recurrent neural networks for nonlinear modeling
2692 -- 2700Shun-ichi Amari, Jean-François Cardoso. Blind source separation-semiparametric statistical approach
2701 -- 2708I-Jong Lin, Sun-Yuan Kung. Coding and comparison of DAG's as a novel neural structure with applications to on-line handwriting recognition
2709 -- 2718Vinay P. Kumar, Elias S. Manolakos. Unsupervised statistical neural networks for model-based object recognition
2719 -- 2730Tsung-Nan Lin, C. Lee Giles, Bill G. Horne, Sun-Yuan Kung. A delay damage model selection algorithm for NARX neural networks
2731 -- 2739Raffaele Parisi, Elio D. Di Claudio, Gianni Orlandi, Bhaskar D. Rao. Fast adaptive digital equalization by recurrent neural networks
2740 -- 2748Alex L. McIlraith, Howard C. Card. Birdsong recognition using backpropagation and multivariate statistics
2749 -- 2757Daniel T. Davis, Jenq-Neng Hwang. Solving inverse problems by Bayesian neural network iterative inversion with ground truth incorporation
2758 -- 2765Bernhard Schölkopf, Kah Kay Sung, Christopher J. C. Burges, Federico Girosi, Partha Niyogi, Tomaso Poggio, Vladimir Vapnik. Comparing support vector machines with Gaussian kernels to radial basis function classifiers
2766 -- 2773Saman K. Halgamuge. Self-evolving neural networks for rule-based data processing
2774 -- 2786Simon Haykin, Paul Yee, Eric Derbez. Optimum nonlinear filtering
2787 -- 2798Lane M. D. Owsley, Les E. Atlas, Gary D. Bernard. Self-organizing feature maps and hidden Markov models for machine-tool monitoring
2799 -- 2810Denis Bonnet, Veronique Labouisse, Alain Grumbach. δ-NARMA neural networks: a new approach to signal prediction
2811 -- 2820Ajit V. Rao, David J. Miller 0001, Kenneth Rose, Allen Gersho. Mixture of experts regression modeling by deterministic annealing
2821 -- 2828A. Murray, J. Penman. Extracting useful higher order features for condition monitoring using artificial neural networks
2829 -- 2842Scott C. Douglas, Andrzej Cichocki. Neural networks for blind decorrelation of signals
2843 -- 2846Isaac Engel, Neil J. Bershad. Statistical convergence analysis of Rosenblatt's perceptron algorithm as a DS-spread spectrum detector
2846 -- 2851Prashant P. Gandhi, Viswanath Ramamurti. Neural networks for signal detection in non-Gaussian noise
2851 -- 2858Sunghwan Ong, Cheolwoo You, Sooyong Choi, Daesik Hong. A decision feedback recurrent neural equalizer as an infinite impulse response filter
2858 -- 2864Yao Liang, Edward W. Page. Multiresolution learning paradigm and signal prediction
2864 -- 2870Eric I. Chang, Richard P. Lippmann. High-performance low-complexity wordspotting using neural networks

Volume 45, Issue 10

2413 -- 2421Jean-Jacques Fuchs. Extension of the Pisarenko method to sparse linear arrays
2422 -- 2430Miroslav D. Lutovac, Ljiljana D. Milic. Design of computationally efficient elliptic IIR filters with a reduced number of shift-and-add operations in multipliers
2431 -- 2441Xiang-Gen Xia. New precoding for intersymbol interference cancellation using nonmaximally decimated multirate filterbanks with ideal FIR equalizers
2442 -- 2453Kent D. Benson. Magnitude response peak detection and control using balanced model reduction and leakage to a target
2454 -- 2467Qiang Li, Howard Fan. On properties of information matrices of delta-operator based adaptive signal processing algorithms
2468 -- 2476George V. Moustakides. Study of the transient phase of the forgetting factor RLS
2477 -- 2484Mati Wax, Amir Leshem. Joint estimation of time delays and directions of arrival of multiple reflections of a known signal
2485 -- 2498Kwok-Chiang Ho, Kah-Chye Tan, B. T. G. Tan. Efficient method for estimating directions-of-arrival of partially polarized signals with electromagnetic vector sensors
2499 -- 2514Alvaro L. Marenco, Vijay K. Madisetti. On homomorphic deconvolution of bandpass signals
2515 -- 2532Hyun Mun Kim, Bart Kosko. Neural fuzzy motion estimation and compensation
2533 -- 2550Narayan Srinivasa. Learning and generalization of noisy mappings using a modified PROBART neural network
2551 -- 2560Grigore Braileanu. Digital filters with implicit interpolated output
2560 -- 2565Ana I. Pérez-Neira, Miguel Angel Lagunas, R. Lynn Kirlin. Cross-coupled DOA trackers
2566 -- 2570Amlan Kundu, George C. Chen. An integrated hybrid neural network and hidden Markov model classifier for sonar signals
2571 -- 2575Peter M. Schultheiss, Hagit Messer, Gadi Shor. Maximum likelihood time delay estimation in non-Gaussian noise
2575 -- 2579Kyung Hi Chang. Improved clustered look-ahead pipelining algorithm with minimum order augmentation
2579 -- 2582K. M. M. Prabhu, R. Shanmuga Sundaram. Fixed-point error analysis of discrete Wigner-Ville distribution
2582 -- 2586Jeroen Dehaene, Marc Moonen, Joos Vandewalle. An improved stochastic gradient algorithm for principal component analysis and subspace tracking
2586 -- 2590René A. Carmona, Wen L. Hwang, Bruno Torrésani. Characterization of signals by the ridges of their wavelet transforms
2590 -- 2593Joseph P. Noonan, Premkumar Natarajan. A general formulation for iterative restoration methods
2593 -- 2595Takayuki Arai, Yuichi Yoshida. Reconstruction of a signal using the spectrum-reversal technique
2596 -- 2599Huan-Shui Zhang, Xiang-Jie Liu, Tian-You Chai. A new method for optimal deconvolution
2600 -- 2604Jaafar M. H. Elmirghani, Simon H. Milner, Robert A. Cryan. Experimental evaluation of echo path modeling with chaotic coded speech
2605 -- 2608Giacinto Gelli, Luciano Izzo. Minimum-redundancy linear arrays for cyclostationarity-based source location
2608 -- 2612Frank Ehlers, Heinz G. Schuster. Blind separation of convolutive mixtures and an application in automatic speech recognition in a noisy environment
2613 -- 2615Jean Pierre Delmas. An equivalence of the EM and ICE algorithm for exponential family
2616 -- 2619Andrew P. Mullhaupt, Kurt S. Riedel. Fast adaptive identification of stable innovation filters
2620 -- 2621Haranath Kar, Vimal Singh. Stability analysis of 2-D state-space digital filters using Lyapunov function: a caution
2621 -- 2630Hamed Sari-Sarraf, Dragana Brzakovic. A shift-invariant discrete wavelet transform

Volume 45, Issue 1

1 -- 13Eduardo Abreu, Sanjit K. Mitra, Rossano Marchesani. Nonminimum phase channel equalization using noncausal filters
14 -- 31Josep Sala-Alvarez, Gregori Vázquez-Grau. Statistical reference criteria for adaptive signal processing in digital communications
32 -- 41Naofal Al-Dhahir. A computationally efficient FIR MMSE-DFE for CCI-impaired dispersive channels
42 -- 55Karim Abed-Meraim, Jean-François Cardoso, Alexei Y. Gorokhov, Philippe Loubaton, Eric Moulines. On subspace methods for blind identification of single-input multiple-output FIR systems
56 -- 66Inbar Fijalkow, Azzédine Touzni, John R. Treichler. Fractionally spaced equalization using CMA: robustness to channel noise and lack of disparity
67 -- 81Georgios B. Giannakis, Erchin Serpedin. Linear multichannel blind equalizers of nonlinear FIR Volterra channels
82 -- 89Dunmin Zheng, Jian Li, Scott L. Miller, Erik G. Ström. An efficient code-timing estimator for DS-CDMA signals
90 -- 101Moeness G. Amin. Interference mitigation in spread spectrum communication systems using time-frequency distributions
102 -- 112Michail K. Tsatsanis. Inverse filtering criteria for CDMA systems
113 -- 123Rachel E. Learned, Alan S. Willsky, Don M. Boroson. Low complexity optimal joint detection for oversaturated multiple access communications
124 -- 136Upamanyu Madhow. Blind adaptive interference suppression for the near-far resistant acquisition and demodulation of direct-sequence CDMA signals
137 -- 147Murat Torlak, Guanghan Xu. Blind multiuser channel estimation in asynchronous CDMA systems
148 -- 160Steven D. Gray, James C. Preisig, David Brady. Multiuser detection in a horizontal underwater acoustic channel using array observations
161 -- 172Hui Liu, Michael D. Zoltowski. Blind equalization in antenna array CDMA systems
173 -- 190Alle-Jan van der Veen, Shilpa Talwar, Arogyaswami Paulraj. A subspace approach to blind space-time signal processing for wireless communication systems
191 -- 205Gregory W. Wornell, Mitchell D. Trott. Efficient signal processing techniques for exploiting transmit antenna diversity on fading channels
206 -- 218Seth D. Silverstein. Application of orthogonal codes to the calibration of active phased array antennas for communication satellites
219 -- 223Werner Kozek. On the transfer function calculus for underspread LTV channels
223 -- 227Changsoo Eun, Edward J. Powers. A new Volterra predistorter based on the indirect learning architecture
228 -- 231Alan Gatherer. The effect of microreflections on decision feedback equalization
231 -- 235Constantinos B. Papadias, Dirk T. M. Slock. Normalized sliding window constant modulus and decision-directed algorithms: a link between blind equalization and classical adaptive filtering
235 -- 240Zhi Ding. Multipath channel identification based on partial system information
241 -- 247Carles Antón-Haro, José A. R. Fonollosa, Javier Rodríguez Fonollosa. Blind channel estimation and data detection using hidden Markov models
247 -- 254Ta-Hsin Li, Kais Mbarek. A blind equalizer for nonstationary discrete-valued signals
254 -- 258Karim Abed-Meraim, Yingbo Hua. Blind identification of multi-input multi-output system using minimum noise subspace
258 -- 262Jeffrey B. Schodorf, Douglas B. Williams. A constrained optimization approach to multiuser detection
263 -- 267Ali N. Akansu, Mehmet V. Tazebay, Richard A. Haddad. A new look at digital orthogonal transmultiplexers for CDMA communications
268 -- 271Jitendra K. Tugnait. Blind spatio-temporal equalization and impulse response estimation for MIMO channels using a Godard cost function
271 -- 275Jaume Riba, Jason Goldberg, Gregori Vázquez. Robust beamforming for interference rejection in mobile communications
276 -- 280Bong-Gee Song, James A. Ritcey. Joint pre and postfilter design for spatial diversity equalization
280 -- 286Amit Mathur, Arvind V. Keerthi, John J. Shynk, Richard P. Gooch. Convergence properties of the multistage constant modulus array for correlated sources