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```Hi all,
Is there a best way for eigenvalue estimation in speech case for DCT-lms?
I test my algorithm with power normalization as proposed by Farhang, Ali H
Sayed and Haykin, my convergence still under the NLMS one and when I
increase the number of taps(500 taps) it become difficult to converge.
Is DCT-lms useful for AEC.
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Reply mmoctar (16) 3/30/2009 12:43:58 PM

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