# LMS Algorithm Demo

### Tamer Mellik (view profile)

24 Jun 2003 (Updated )

A system identification by the usage of the LMS algorithm.

lms.m
```%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% lmsalgo : LMS algorithm demo
% Author : Tamer abdelazim Mellik
% Contact information :
%Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering,
%University of Calgary,
%2500 University Drive N.W. ,
%Calgary, AB T2N 1N4 ,
% email :abdelasi@enel.ucalgary.ca
% email : tabdelaz@ucalgary.ca
% Webpage : http://www.enel.ucalgary.ca/~abdelasi/
% Date    : 20-4-2003
% Version : 1.0.0
% Reference : S. Haykin, Adaptive Filter Theory. 3rd edition, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1996.
% Note : The author doesn't take any responsibility for any harm caused by the use of this file
clear all
close all
hold off
%channel system order
sysorder = 5 ;
% Number of system points
N=2000;
inp = randn(N,1);
n = randn(N,1);
[b,a] = butter(2,0.25);
Gz = tf(b,a,-1);
%This function is submitted to make inverse Z-transform (Matlab central file exchange)
%The first sysorder weight value
%h=ldiv(b,a,sysorder)';
% if you use ldiv this will give h :filter weights to be
h=  [0.0976;
0.2873;
0.3360;
0.2210;
0.0964;];
y = lsim(Gz,inp);
n = n * std(y)/(10*std(n));
d = y + n;
totallength=size(d,1);
%Take 60 points for training
N=60 ;
%begin of algorithm
w = zeros ( sysorder  , 1 ) ;
for n = sysorder : N
u = inp(n:-1:n-sysorder+1) ;
y(n)= w' * u;
e(n) = d(n) - y(n) ;
% Start with big mu for speeding the convergence then slow down to reach the correct weights
if n < 20
mu=0.32;
else
mu=0.15;
end
w = w + mu * u * e(n) ;
end
%check of results
for n =  N+1 : totallength
u = inp(n:-1:n-sysorder+1) ;
y(n) = w' * u ;
e(n) = d(n) - y(n) ;
end
hold on
plot(d)
plot(y,'r');
title('System output') ;
xlabel('Samples')
ylabel('True and estimated output')
figure
semilogy((abs(e))) ;
title('Error curve') ;
xlabel('Samples')
ylabel('Error value')
figure
plot(h, 'k+')
hold on
plot(w, 'r*')
legend('Actual weights','Estimated weights')
title('Comparison of the actual weights and the estimated weights') ;
axis([0 6 0.05 0.35])```