Estimation of an N-L-N Hammerstein-Wiener model

  title={Estimation of an N-L-N Hammerstein-Wiener model},
  author={Yucai Zhu},
Estimation of a single-input single-output block-oriented model is studied. The model consists of a linear block embedded between two static nonlinear gains. Hence it is called N-L-N Hammerstein-Wiener model. First the model structure is motivated and the disturbance model is discussed. The paper then concentrates on parameter estimation. A relaxation iteration scheme is proposed by making use of a model structure in which the error is bilinear-in-parameters. This leads to a simple algorithm… CONTINUE READING
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