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This can be done by noting that, when Eq. (36) is substituted in Eq. (34), the minimum value of er will reduce to the quadratic expression emin = δ Mδ where M is an m × m matrix equal to M = I − W(W W)−1W . Given that the δ vector is all zeroes except for the number 1 in one location, emin will be smallest when j* is chosen to correspond to the location of the smallest term on the diagonal of the matrix M. Homomorphic Deconvolution In the late 1960s a class of nonlinear systems, called homomorphic systems (16, 17), which satisfy a generalization of the principle of superposition has been proposed.