SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION AND ITS APPLICATION TO ESTIMATING SOIL PROPERTIES

@inproceedings{Glaser1995SYSTEMIA,
  title={SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION AND ITS APPLICATION TO ESTIMATING SOIL PROPERTIES},
  author={Steven D. Glaser},
  year={1995}
}
This paper examines the meaning of principal methods of system identification (SI). System identification is seen as a unique procedure to estimate in situ soil properties, especially soil subject to large strain. When applicable, parametric modeling of system processes is found to be superior to traditional Fourier methods. Several different methods have been presented to directly assess nonstationary data. These methods cover a wide range, from transforming the data into a stationary signal… CONTINUE READING

Similar Papers