System Identification Using Balanced Parameterizations - Automatic Control, IEEE Transactions on

  title={System Identification Using Balanced Parameterizations - Automatic Control, IEEE Transactions on},
  author={Chun Tung Chou and Jan M. Maciejowski},
Some general issues in the “black-box” identification of multivariable systems are first discussed. It is then suggested that balanced parameterizations can be used to give identifiable forms. A particular advantage is that balanced parameterizations are known for several useful classes of linear dynamic models, including stable minimal models, minimum-phase models, positive-real models, and normalized coprime factor models. Before optimizing the parameters of balanced parameterizations, an… CONTINUE READING
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