The problems of identification of a linear system are discussed during three successive chapters: Chap. 10 presents, at a general level, non-parametric and parametric identification with the calculation of a predictor; Chap. 11 presents models and methods for parametric identification and Chap. 12 presents the algorithms of parametric identification.
KeywordsSpectral Density Impulse Response Unit Circle Identification Principle Chemical Reactor
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