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Selective-tap algorithms employing the MMax tap selection criterion were originally proposed for low-complexity adaptive filtering. The concept has recently been extended to multichannel adaptive filtering and applied to stereophonic acoustic echo cancellation. This paper first briefly reviews least mean square versions of MMax selective-tap adaptive filtering and then introduces new recursive least squares and affine projection MMax algorithms. We subsequently formulate an analysis of the MMax algorithms for time-varying system identification by modeling the unknown system using a modified Markov process. Analytical results are derived for the tracking performance of MMax selective tap algorithms for normalized least mean square, recursive least squares, and affine projection algorithms. Simulation results are shown to verify the analysis.