For many adaptive noise control systems the Filtered-Reference LMS, known as the FXLMS algorithm is used to update parameters of the control filter. Appropriate adjustment of the step size is then important to guarantee convergence of the algorithm, obtain small excess mean square error, and react with required rate to variation of plant properties or noise nonstationarity. There are several recipes presented in the literature, theoretically derived or of heuristic origin.

This paper focuses on a modification of the FXLMS algorithm, were convergence is guaranteed by changing sign of the algorithm steps size, instead of using a model of the secondary path. A TakagiSugeno-Kang fuzzy inference system is proposed to evaluate both the sign and the magnitude of the step size. Simulation experiments are presented to validate the algorithm and compare it to the classical FXLMS algorithm in terms of convergence and noise reduction.

JO - Archives of Acoustics L1 - http://sd.czasopisma.pan.pl/Content/101451/PDF/10_paper.pdf L2 - http://sd.czasopisma.pan.pl/Content/101451 PY - 2014 IS - No 2 EP - 248 KW - active noise control KW - adaptive control KW - fuzzy inference system KW - FXLMS KW - sign-varying step size A1 - Kurczyk, Sebastian A1 - Pawelczyk, Marek PB - Committee on Acoustics PAS, PAS Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Acoustical Society VL - vol. 39 JF - Archives of Acoustics SP - 243 T1 - Active Noise Control Using a Fuzzy Inference System Without Secondary Path Modelling DA - 2014 UR - http://sd.czasopisma.pan.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=101451 DOI - 10.2478/aoa-2014-0028 ER -