Sample matrix inversion
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Sample matrix inversion (or direct matrix inversion) is an algorithm that estimates weights of an array (adaptive filter) by replacing the correlation matrix Ru with its estimate. Using K samples , an unbiased estimate of Ru, the correlation matrix of the array signals, may be obtained by means of a simple averaging scheme:
The expression of the theoretically optimal weights requires the inverse of Ru, and the inverse of the estimates matrix is then used for finding estimated optimal weights.
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