In the usual formulation of the deconvolution problem, it is assumed that the system input and system output are both known. There are, however, many important physical situations where it is impractical to assume the availability of the system input - situations of blind deconvolution. This book is devoted completely to the study of the blind deconvolution problem. It considers a variety of blind deconvolution/equalization algorithms - with computer simulation experiments to support the theory. This book is designed for students, engineers and scientists interested in signal processing.
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