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Parametric identification of systems with direction dependent time-constant.
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The non-parametric identification of systems in terms of unparametrized representations such as the impulse response and frequency response is considered.
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parametric and nonparametric methods. The parametric method is built through a model Parametric identification of systems with direction dependent time-constant. book determination which is described by a set of parameters while the nonparametric method is determined based on an output system response in a function or a graph forms.
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Basically it is a matter of finding (by numerical search) those numerical values of the parameters that give the best agreement between the model’s (simulated or predicted) output and the measured one.
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One of the most widely used methodologies in scientific and engineering research is the fitting of equations to data by least squares. In cases where significant observation errors exist in the independent variables as well as the dependent variables, however, the ordinary least squares (OLS) approach, where all errors are attributed to the dependent variable, is often appligraphic-groupe.com by: Chapter 2: Computation Introduction.
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The identification process amounts to repeatedly selecting a model structure, fitting the best model to the structure and then evaluating the model’s properties to see if they are satisfactory.
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