Applicability of the White-Noise Method and the Use of Quasiwhite Test Signals
The white-noise method of system identification, i.e., the Wiener formulation of the nonlinear system identification problem in connection with the crosscorrelation technique, appears to be a general, straightforward, and powerful approach to a subject where great mathematical complexity is usually encountered. However, the generality and the elegance of the method is bound to be moderated in actual applications by limitations imposed by reality.
KeywordsAssure Expense Autocorrelation Crosscorrelation Deconvolution
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