By Bernard Widrow
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The one that converges faster is the more efficient. It is shown that when the input of an adaptive filter is stationary and the eigenvalues are equal or close in value, the LMS algorithm performs at a level of efficiency close to a theoretical maximum. When the eigenvalues are highly disparate, an algorithm similar to LMS but based on Newton’s method would be needed to approach the theoretical maximum in efficiency. For nonstationary inputs, the conventional steepest-descent LMS algorithm performs with close to maximum efficiency .
Adaptive inverse control: a signal processing approach by Bernard Widrow