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Convergence properties of the parameter vector in real-time identification of linear systems
by Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Dept. of Aeronautical Engineering in Haifa, Israel
Written in English
|Statement||by S.J. Merhav and E. Gabay.|
|Series||T.A.E. report -- no. 166|
|Contributions||Gabay, E., Ṭekhniyon, Makhon ṭekhnologi le-Yiśraʾel. Maḥlaḳah le-handasah aṿironotit|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 48 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||48|
In solving robust linear regression problems, the parameter vector x, as well as an additional parameter s that scales the residuals, must be estimated simultaneously. A widely used method for doing so consists of first improving the scale parameter s for fixed x, and then improving x for fixed s by using a quadratic approximation to the objective function by: Modelling and Systems Parameter Estimation for Dynamic Systems presents a detailed examination of the estimation techniques and modeling problems. The theory is furnished with several illustrations and computer programs to promote better understanding of system modeling and parameter estimation. The material is presented in a way that makes for easy reading and enables the user to implement Cited by:
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For the assumption of bounded measurement errors, a parameter vector p is considered infeasible, if the absolute deviation between any model output y i (t j; p) from the respective unperturbed measurement y ˜ i t j at any time t j is greater than defined bounds ε i, j.
Hence, the respective constraint formulation is. Parameter identification of linear time‐invariant systems using dynamic regressor extension and mixing vector that is a much stronger property than monotonicity of the vector norm, as. By introducing an auxiliary vector uncorrelated with the noise, the consistent parameter estimation is obtained without the strictly positive real (SPR) condition.
Convergence analysis of the recursive algorithm is performed using the ordinary differential equation (ODE) method. The simulation results validate the algorithm by: 8.
The convergence property of the proposed algorithm is intensively studied and the conditions for the uniform convergence of parameter estimations are also obtained. Furthermore, the problems related to the proposed algorithm are discussed and it is concluded that the parameter estimate is still bounded provided that there is any mismatch on system model or process noise acting on the by: Tables 10and 11 demonstrate typical results on the convergence of the algorithm with and without noise, respectively.
In Ta we show the mean and standard deviation of the parameters between convergent runs of the algorithm when the noise level is Fig. 4, we constructed a box plot based on simulations for several noise levels We summarized the results of runs when the Cited by: 1.
This paper studies the identification of linear systems with quantized output observations. for global parametric convergence to the true parameter vector w.p. An online approach to. USA ROBUST REAL-TIME IDENTIFICATION OF LINEAR MULTIVARIABLE SYSTEMS B. Kovacevic and S. Stankovic Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Yugoslavia Abstract.
The paper presents a discussion on robust real-time estimation of parameters in linear multiple input-multiple output discrete-time dynamic by: 3. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
follow slowly varying parameters and they can ensure at most exponential or asymptotic convergence to a neighborhood of the real the context of ﬁnite-time (FT) convergence , a recursive FT convergent algorithm has been presented in .
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the case of a linear regression model), although the solution to the system might be highly nonlinear in θ, or even implicit. Example 2. Let Then, one sees that equation is a special case of –. Identification of linear systems from noisy data.
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We then compare these new data samples to the original observation, and use this comparison to inform how we use their associated parameter value proposals to form our estimate for the property of interest for the posterior distribution.
The parameter is not known but its evolution is measured in real time and used for control. If the above equation of parameter dependent system is linear in time then it is called Linear Parameter Dependent systems.
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Verifying Numerical Convergence Rates 1 Order of accuracy We consider a numerical approximation of an exact value u. The approximation depends on a small parameter h, such as the grid size or time step, and we denote it by u˜h.
If the numerical method is of order p, we mean that there is a number C independent of h such that |u˜h −u File Size: KB.The field's leading text, now completely updated.
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This completely revised Second Edition introduces subspace methods, methods that utilize frequency domain data 4/5(2).Despite the complications arising from this possibility, the method achieves a linear convergence rate on functions that satisfy an optimal strong convexity property and Cited by: