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Applications to adaptation algorithms

  • Lennart Ljung
Part of the DMV Seminar book series (OWS, volume 17)

Abstract

To cope with a changing world is a basic concern. In many engineering systems there are requirements of adaptability. Examples include adaptive control (adjust the regulator to the current properties of the system), adaptive filtering (continuously tuning a signal processing filter to allow for optimal action at all times), adaptive prediction and so on.

Keywords

Kalman Filter Little Mean Square Recursive Little Square Adaptation Algorithm Little Mean Square Algorithm 
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© Springer Basel AG 1992

Authors and Affiliations

  • Lennart Ljung
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  1. 1.Department of Electrical EngineeringLinköping University83 LinköpingSweden

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