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The maximum complex correntropy criterion (MCCC) has been extended to complex domain for dealing with complex-valued data in the presence of impulsive noise. Compared with the correntropy based loss, a kernel risk-sensitive loss (KRSL) defined in kernel space has demonstrated a superior performance surface in the complex domain. However, there is no report regarding the recursive KRSL algorithm in the complex domain. Therefore, in this paper we propose a recursive complex KRSL algorithm calleddoi:10.3390/e20120902 pmid:33266626 fatcat:kmwjdq5s4zbw3lqltct4h4h33a