Robust Subband Adaptive Filter Algorithms-Based Mixture Correntropy and Application to Acoustic Echo Cancellation

IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing(2023)

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To acquire an improvement of the performance of the subband adaptive filter with impulsive interference, the normalized subband adaptive filter (NSAF) algorithm-based maximum correntropy criterion (MCC), called MCC-NSAF, has been developed. However, it is hard for the MCC criterion to take into account both the fast convergence rate and low steady-state error with a fixed kernel bandwidth. To handle this dilemma, in this paper, the normalized subband adaptive filter algorithm-based maximum mixture correntropy criterion (MMC) algorithm, called MMC-NSAF, is proposed. The MMC-NSAF algorithm integrates two correntropies with complementary control sizes of Gaussian kernel and can not only converge quickly but also has a small misalignment. Yet the MMC-NSAF still has some limitations because of its fixed step size. Therefore, a convexly combined MMC-NSAF algorithm, namely MMC-CNSAF, is proposed. The MMC-CNSAF algorithm utilizes two Gaussian kernels of different size and can combine overall improvement between convergence rate and steady-state error simultaneously. Eventually, the convergence and the computational complexity are analyzed. To achieve the test and verification of the robustness of proposed algorithms, simulations are carried out to discuss the effect of the parameters algorithm under colored input signals in impulsive interference environments for system identification. Meanwhile, the performances of the proposed algorithms under the influence of the acoustic echo cancellation in practical application are studied.
Acoustic echo cancellation,Convex combination,impulsive interference,mixture correntropy,subband adaptive filter
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