Transfer function-noise modeling in continuous time using predefined impulse response functions

  title={Transfer function-noise modeling in continuous time using predefined impulse response functions},
  author={Jos R. von Asmuth},
[1] A method of transfer function-noise (TFN) modeling is presented that operates in continuous time and uses a predefined family of impulse response (IR) functions. The resulting class of models is referred to as predefined IR function in continuous time (PIRFICT). It provides a useful tool for standardized analysis of time series, as it can be calibrated using irregularly spaced data and does not require a model identification phase prior to calibration. In section 2, the discrete Box-Jenkins… CONTINUE READING
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