In Chap. 2 the focus is on data-based or nonparametric identification methods that directly utilize specific responses of a linear, time-invariant (LTI) system, in particular the impulse, step, and sine-wave response. The first two signals directly provide estimates of the impulse response function g(t), while the sine-wave response forms the basis for the frequency domain methods described in Chap.  3.


Impulse Response Discrete Fourier Transform Step Response Impulse Response Function Response Identification 
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  1. 1.Systems and Control GroupWageningen UniversityWageningenNetherlands

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