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Record number 409646
Title System Identification
Author(s) Keesman, K.J.
Source London : Springer - ISBN 9780857295217 - 349
Department(s) Systems and Control Group
Publication type Scientific book (author)
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) engineering - controle - beeldverwerking - spraak - regeltheorie - mechatronica - control - image processing - speech - control theory - mechatronics
Categories Engineering (General)
Abstract Summary System Identification Introduction.- Part I: Data-based Identification.- System Response Methods.- Frequency Response Methods.- Correlation Methods.- Part II: Time-invariant Systems Identification.- Static Systems Identification.- Dynamic Systems Identification.- Part III: Time-varying Systems Identification.- Time-varying Static Systems Identification.- Time-varying Dynamic Systems Identification.- Part IV: Model Validation.- Model Validation Techniques.- Part V: Appendices: Matrix Algebra; Statistics; Laplace, Fourier and z-Transforms; Bode Diagrams; Shift Operator Calculus; Recursive Least-squares Derivation; Dissolved Oxygen Data.
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This book is quite useful when dealing with modeling of systems.  Very explanatory and not too much background is needed for a good understanding.  It covers static and dynamic, linear and non linear systems.

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