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# Separable Least Squares Identification of Nonlinear Hammerstein Models: Application to Stretch Reflex Dynamics

@article{Westwick2001SeparableLS, title={Separable Least Squares Identification of Nonlinear Hammerstein Models: Application to Stretch Reflex Dynamics}, author={David T. Westwick and Robert E. Kearney}, journal={Annals of Biomedical Engineering}, year={2001}, volume={29}, pages={707-718} }

- Published 2001 in Annals of Biomedical Engineering
DOI:10.1114/1.1385806

The Hammerstein cascade, consisting of a zero-memory nonlinearity followed by a linear filter, is often used to model nonlinear biological systems. This structure can represent some high-order nonlinear systems accurately with relatively few parameters. However, it is not possible, in general, to estimate the parameters of a Hammerstein cascade in closed form. The most effective method available to date uses an iterative approach, which alternates between estimating the linear element from a… CONTINUE READING

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