Algorithms and parallel VLSI architectures III: proceedings by M. Moonen, F. Catthoor

By M. Moonen, F. Catthoor

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G. McWhirter and J. E. Hudson, "Parallel Weight Extraction from a Systolic Adaptive Beamformer" in "Mathematics in Signal Processinglr', J. G. McWhirter (Ed), Clarendon Press, Oxford, pp 775-790, 1990. [13] M. H. Verhaegen, "Round-off Error Propagation in Four Generally Applicable Recursive Least Squares Estimation Schemes", Automatica, Vol 25, pp 437-444,1989. 9 British Crown Copyright 1994 Algorithms and Parallel VLSI Architectures III M. Moonen and F. V. W. F. W. F Gaston 38 robust than non square-root forms, as they are less susceptible to rounding errors and prevent the error covariance matrices from becoming negative definite.

Ii) Post-multiplication by Ar. 1 The computation of PT/=CT and ~. - C ~ T can be described by using the HSFGs shown in figure 3. 1 C T Products In the left-hand HSFG, pT/2 and C T are passed in together with the null matrix from above and the product PT/2CT emerges from the bottom of the flow graph. Note that both pT/~ and C T pass through unchanged in their respective directions. In the right-hand HSFG a similar calculation takes place, C T and z T are multiplied together and combined with z T which is fed in from above to produce [ z - Cz] T which emerges from the bottom of the HSFG.

However, the parallel algorithms are not necessarily unique and therefore one should be able to transform one parallel form to another for the same algorithm using simple graphical techniques. McWhirter and Proudler have illustrated this in [7]. In this paper, we will demonstrate that all systolic square-root covariance Kalman filter architectures can be obtained from the corresponding hierarchical signal flow graph. In particular, the architectures proposed by Gaston, Irwin and McWhirter [8] and by Brown and Gaston [6], will be verified, using algorithmic engineering methodology, from the overall hierarchical signal flow graph.

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