Detection and Identification of Abrupt Changes in Linear Systems

  title={Detection and Identification of Abrupt Changes in Linear Systems},
  author={Jitendra K. Tugnait},
  journal={1983 American Control Conference},
Linear, discrete-time, stochastic systems with parameters which may switch among a finite set of values are considered. The switchings are modeled by a semi-Markov, or a Markov, chain with known transition statistics. Abrupt changes in the system parameters may occur due to subsystem/component failures leading to structural changes, or due to system reconfiguration and repairs of the failed components, or due to changes in the environment in which the system must operate. The objective is to… CONTINUE READING
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