4 edition of Perturbation signals for system identification found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 422-435) and index.
|Statement||editor, Keith Godfrey.|
|Series||Prentice Hall international series in acoustics, speech, and signal processing|
|LC Classifications||TK5102.5 .P47 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 439 p. :|
|Number of Pages||439|
|LC Control Number||92021240|
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Systems; Contents. Introduction to Perturbation Signals for Time-domain System Identification / Keith Godfrey 2.
Introduction to Perturbation Signals for Frequency-domain System Identification / Keith Godfrey 3. Design of Broadband Excitation Signals / Johan Schoukens, Patrick Guillaume and Rik Pintelon.
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INTRODUCTION In many identification experiments, it is required to identify the linear behaviour of a system in the presence of both nonlinear distortion and noise. For such experiments, it is therefore. Small-signal perturbation technique used for DSP-based identification of a three-phase three-level boost-type Vienna rectifier.
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One should try to decrease the power of the noise and/or increase the power of the signal. Several methods exist to boost the power of the signal and such improve the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). Design of multilevel perturbation signals with harmonic properties suitable for nonlinear system identification Abstract: A method is described for determining the levels of multilevel pseudorandom perturbation signals generated from maximum-length sequences in Galois fields that give the signals the desirable characteristics that their even.
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The major changes of the revision are reorganization of chapter material and the addition of a much wider range of difficulties.5/5(6). Perturbation signal design is analyzed for a hybrid model structure consisting of linear and neural network structures.
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Kulkarni, Ravindra D. Gudi. Measures of perturbation signal quality developed for the identification of linear systems are extended to the identification of nonlinear systems. It is shown that performance depends on the nonlinear system structure, and extreme structures in the form of Wiener and Hammerstein models with quadratic nonlinearities are used for by: This manuscript provides a detailed synopsis of the contemporary advancements in the nascent area of real-time structural damage detection for vibrating systems.
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Designed for the undergraduate course on Signals and Systems, this text provides a comprehensive overview of fundamental concepts and their practical implications.
Supported by crisp and concise theory, a plethora of numerical problems and MATLAB exercises, this book helps reader learn this important subject in the easiest manner.4/5(10). A method is developed for determining the optimal levels of multilevel perturbation signals for nonlinear system identification, using condition numbers of submatrices of the Vandermonde matrix of the input levels vector.
It is applicable when the perturbation signal is. quantification of the dynamical states of the system. An example of a chaotic signal is shown in Fig.
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