Distributed estimation over networks draws much attraction in recent years. In many situations, due to imperfect information communication among nodes, the performance of traditional diffusion adaptive algorithms such as the diffusion least mean squares (DLMS) may degrade. To deal with this problem, several modified DLMS algorithms have been proposed. However, these DLMS based algorithms still suffer from biased estimation and are not robust against impulsive link noise. In this brief, we focus on improving the performance of diffusion adaptation with noisy links from two aspects: accuracy and robustness. A new algorithm called diffusion maximum total correntropy (DMTC) is proposed. The new algorithm is theoretically unbiased in Gaussian noise, and can efficiently handle the link noise in the presence of large outliers. The adaptive combination rule is applied to further improve the performance. The stability analysis of the proposed algorithm is given. Simulation results show that the DMTC algorithm can achieve good performance in both Gaussian and non-Gaussian noise environments.
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