Identifiability of dynamical networks: Which nodes need be measured?


Much recent research has dealt with the identifiability of a dynamical network in which the node signals are connected by causal linear time-invariant transfer functions and are possibly excited by known external excitation signals and/or unknown noise signals. So far all results on the identifiability of the whole network have assumed that all node signals… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/CDC.2017.8264547


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