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The forward prediction error fm(n) is defined as the difference between the input u(n) and its one-step predicted value; the latter is based on the set of m past inputs u(n – 1), …, u(n – m). Correspondingly, the backward prediction error bm(n) is defined as the difference between the input u(n – m) and its “backward” prediction based on the set of m “future” inputs u(n), …, u(n – m + 1). 4) where u(n) is the lattice predictor input at time n. 4 and given the set of reflection coefficients κ1, κ2, …, κM – 1, we may determine the final pair of outputs fM – 1(n) and bM – 1(n) by moving through the lattice predictor, stage by stage.
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For the present, it suffices to say that there is indeed a one-to-one correspondence between the Kalman variables and RLS variables. This correspondence means that we can tap the vast literature on Kalman filters for the design of linear adaptive filters based on RLS estimation. We may classify the RLS family of linear adaptive filtering algorithms into three distinct categories, depending on the approach taken: 1. Standard RLS algorithm assumes the use of a transversal filter as the structural basis of the linear adaptive filter.