Model Updating Using Neural Networks

@inproceedings{Atalla1996ModelUU,
  title={Model Updating Using Neural Networks},
  author={Mauro J. Atalla},
  year={1996}
}
  • Mauro J. Atalla
  • Published 1996
Accurate models are necessary in critical applications. Key parameters in dynamic systems often change during their life cycle due to repair and replacement of parts or environmental changes. This dissertation presents a new approach to update system models, accounting for these changes. The approach uses frequency domain data and a neural network to produce estimates of the parameters being updated, yielding a model representative of the measured data. Current iterative methods developed to… CONTINUE READING

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