Quasilinearization Method for System Identification
The method of quasilinearization was introduced in Chapter 4 as a successive approximation method for finding the solution of nonlinear two-point boundary problems. In this chapter quasilinearization is used for system identification (References 1–9) using the measurements to formulate the problem as a multipoint boundary-value problem. The least-squares criterion is used to estimate the unknown initial conditions and/or unknown parameters.
KeywordsSystem Identification Unknown Parameter Nonlinear Dynamical System Quasilinearization Equation Successive Approximation Method
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