Closed-Loop Identification via the Fractional Representation: Experiment Design

@article{Hansen1989ClosedLoopIV,
  title={Closed-Loop Identification via the Fractional Representation: Experiment Design},
  author={F. R. Hansen and Gene F. Franklin and Robert L. Kosut},
  journal={1989 American Control Conference},
  year={1989},
  pages={1422-1427}
}
An important aspect of system identification is the problem of experiment design. This paper uses a fractional representation approach to state and solve the closed-loop experiment design problem in terms of variables which are at the designer's disposal: the closed-loop inputs and the initial controller. Results of computer simulations are presented which compare optimal versus several non-optimal identification experiments. 
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