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Distributed order estimation of ARX model under cooperative excitation condition

  title={Distributed order estimation of ARX model under cooperative excitation condition},
  author={Die Gan and Zhixin Liu},
In this paper, we consider the distributed estimation problem of a linear stochastic system described by an autoregressive model with exogenous inputs (ARX) when both the system orders and parameters are unknown. We design distributed algorithms to estimate the unknown orders and parameters by combining the proposed local information criterion (LIC) with the distributed least squares method. The simultaneous estimation for both the system orders and parameters brings challenges for the… 


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