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Identification of Discrete Volterra Series Solving for One Kernel at a Time
This paper describes a method that identifies the sth-order discrete Volterra kernel of a system by modeling the system as an nth-order, N - S, Volterra filter, where all kernels have the same memory length. The method can minimize the influence from higher order kernels without identifying them, which can be useful when modeling loudspeaker driver units.:
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