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2 Author(s)
Guanghan Xu ; Dept. of Electr. & Comput. Eng., Texas Univ., Austin, TX, USA ; Kailath, T.

Many recent signal processing techniques in various areas, e.g., array signal processing, system identification, and spectrum estimation, require a step of extracting the low-dimensional subspace from a large space. This step is usually called subspace decomposition, which is conventionally accomplished by an eigendecomposition (ED). Since an ED requires O(M3) flops for an M×M matrix, it may represent a barrier to the real-time implementation of these algorithms. The authors present a fast algorithm for signal subspace decomposition, which is termed FSD, that exploits the special matrix structure (low-rank plus identity) associated with signal subspace algorithms and requires only O(M2d) flops, where d(often≪M) denotes the signal subspace dimension. Unlike most of alternatives, the dimension of the signal subspace is not assumed known apriori and is estimated as part of the procedure. Moreover, theoretical analysis has been conducted, and its results show the strong consistency of the new detection scheme and the asymptotic equivalence between FSD and ED in estimating the signal subspace. Their new approach can also exploit other matrix structure common in signal processing areas, e.g., Toeplitz or Hankel, and thus achieve another order of computational reduction. Moreover, it can be easily implemented in parallel to reduce further the computation time to as little as O(Md) (using O(M) simple processors)

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Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Mar 1994

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