Identification of Continuous-time Noise Models

@inproceedings{Pintelon1991IdentificationOC,
  title={Identification of Continuous-time Noise Models},
  author={Rik Pintelon and Johan Schoukens and Yves Rolain and Bart Cauberghe and E. Parloo and Patrick Guillaume},
  year={1991}
}
The goal of operational modal analysis is to estimate the resonance frequencies and damping ratios of mechanical structures (bridge, air plane, building ...) from their response to non-measurable external forces induced by e.g. the wind, earth quakes, traffic, turbulence ... The classical approach for identifying these physical parameters consists in straightforward discrete-time ARMA modeling of the true continuous-time process from discrete-time data (Peeters and De Roeck, 2001). Refined… CONTINUE READING
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