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Error Processing of Sparse Identification of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems via $L_\infty$ Approximation

  title={Error Processing of Sparse Identification of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems via \$L\_\infty\$ Approximation},
  author={Yuqiang Wu},
  • Yuqiang Wu
  • Published 12 July 2021
  • Engineering, Computer Science, Physics
Sparse identification of nonlinear dynamical systems(SINDy) is a recently presented framework in the reverse engineering field. It soon gains general interests due to its interpretability and efficiency. Error processing, as an important issue in the SINDy framework, yet remains to be an open problem. To date, literature about error processing focuses on data processing methods which aim to improve the accuracy of data. However, the relationship between data and the identification framework is… 

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