Identifiability of dynamical networks: Which nodes need be measured?

@article{Bazanella2017IdentifiabilityOD,
  title={Identifiability of dynamical networks: Which nodes need be measured?},
  author={Alexandre Sanfelice Bazanella and Michel Gevers and Julien M. Hendrickx and Adriane Parraga},
  journal={2017 IEEE 56th Annual Conference on Decision and Control (CDC)},
  year={2017},
  pages={5870-5875}
}
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 are measured. Under this assumption, it has been shown that such networks are identifiable only if some prior knowledge is available about… CONTINUE READING
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