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Techniques of Model-Based Control by Babu Joseph, Coleman Brosilow

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Chapter 16. Identification: Advanced Concepts

Objectives of the Chapter

The overall objective is to present some of the advanced concepts used in process identification. Specific topics to be discussed include

  • Design of input-forcing functions.

  • Prefiltering of noise in the data.

  • Modifications to the basic least-squares method to improve model accuracy.

  • Identification of multivariable systems.

The chapter concludes with a comprehensive example that illustrates most of the ideas presented on the subject of identification.

Prerequisite Reading

Chapter 15, “Identification: Basic Concepts”

Design of Input Signals: PRBS Signals

One way to model the dynamic characteristics of a process is by using frequency domain representation. Given an input/output data set ...

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