This chapter presents basic system structures, sensor representations, input types and characterizations, system configurations, and uncertainty types for the entire book. This chapter provides a problem formulation, shows connections among different system settings, and demonstrates an overall picture of the diverse system identification problems that will be covered in this book. Other than a few common features, technical details are deferred to later chapters.
KeywordsDiscrete Fourier Transform Full Rank Finite Impulse Response System Setting Toeplitz Matrix
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