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A Necessary Condition for Network Identifiability with Partial Excitation and Measurement

@inproceedings{Cheng2021ANC,
  title={A Necessary Condition for Network Identifiability with Partial Excitation and Measurement},
  author={Xiaodong Cheng and Shengling Shi and Ioannis Lestas and Paul M. J. Van den Hof},
  year={2021}
}
This paper considers dynamic networks where vertices and edges represent manifest signals and causal dependencies among the signals, respectively. We address the problem of how to determine if the dynamics of a network can be identified when only partial vertices are measured and excited. A necessary condition for network identifiability is presented, where the analysis is performed based on identifying the dependency of a set of rational functions from excited vertices to measured ones. This… 

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