Box-Jenkins continuous-time modeling

@article{Pintelon2000BoxJenkinsCM,
  title={Box-Jenkins continuous-time modeling},
  author={Rik Pintelon and Johan Schoukens and Yves Rolain},
  journal={Automatica},
  year={2000},
  volume={36},
  pages={983-991}
}
This paper treats the identi"cation of continuous-time models using arbitrary band-limited excitation signals. A modeling approach is presented that has the following two advantages: (1) asymptotically (the amount of data tends to in"nity) there is no approximation error over the complete frequency band from DC to Nyquist, (2) it allows to identify general parametric noise models. The key idea is to combine a continuous-time plant model with a discrete-time noise model ("hybrid Box}Jenkins… CONTINUE READING
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