2009, English, Article edition: Simple refined IV methods of closed-Loop system identification Young, Peter; Garnier, Hugues; Gilson, Marion

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  • 2009
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  • Simple refined IV methods of closed-Loop system identification
Author
  • Young, Peter
  • Garnier, Hugues
  • Gilson, Marion
Published
  • HAL - CCSD
  • 2009
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  • The paper describes a simple, two-stage instrumental variable method of closed loop identification and estimation. This can be used with both continuous and discrete-time transfer function models and the enclosed system can be unstable. The paper also shows briefly how a third stage of estimation can be added that induces statistical efficiency when the enclosed system is stable.
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