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This paper describes a new approach to finite-impulse (FIR) system identification. The method differs from the traditional stochastic approximation method as used in the traditional least-mean squares (LMS) family of algorithms, in which we use deconvolution as a means of separating the impulse-response from the system input data. The technique can be used as a substitute for ordinary LMS but it has the added advantages that can be used for constant input data (i.e. data which are notdoi:10.4236/jsip.2013.44049 fatcat:prukimcvxfai5mueoemnyncfga