The Dead Zone in System Identification
When is the DZ estimate inconsistent, and what is the set of parameters which minimizes the criterion in the case of inconsistency?
What happens to the variance of the estimate as the DZ is introduced?
Does the DZ give a better estimate than least squares (LS) when there are unmodeled deterministic disturbances present?
What are the relations between identification with a dead zone criterion and so called set membership identification?
KeywordsDead Zone Little Square Estimate Asymptotic Covariance Matrix Adaptive Regulator Robust Adaptive Control
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