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A generalized Fock space framework for nonlinear system and signal analysis

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A unified framework is presented for nonlinear (and, in particular, linear) system and signal analysis, whereby a number of problems involving approximation and inversion of nonlinear functions, nonlinear functionals, and nonlinear operators, are cast in a reproducing kernel Hilbert space (RKHS) setting, and solved by orthogonal projection methods. The RKHS's used for the above purpose are the "arbitrarily weighted Fock spaces" introduced by de Figueiredo and Dwyer in II] and called in the present paper "generalized Fock (GF) spaces". These spaces consist of polynomials or power series in one or more scalar variables, or of finite (polynomic case) or infinite Volterra functional series in one or more functions, or of finite or infinite Volterra operator series in one or more functions. In each case, the space is equipped with an appropriate weighted inner product, with the option of making the choice of weights depend on the particular problem under consideration. These developments are illustrated by means of various applications, in particular, the modeling of semiconductor device characteristics, best approximation of nonlinear systems, and cancellation of large nonlinear distortion in signals propagating through electronic equipment.

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Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 9 )

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Sep 1983

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