Identification of a class of multivariable systems from impulse response data: Theory and computational algorithm
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A theoretical and algorithmic framework is proposed for the identification of rational transfer function matrices of a class of discrete-time multivariable systems. The proposed technique obtains an optimal approximation from the given (possibly noisy) measured impulse response data. It is assumed that the measured impulse response data corresponds to a system with a strictly proper transfer function matrix. The impulse response fitting error criterion is theoretically decoupled into a purely linear problem for estimating the optimal numerators and a nonlinear problem for the optimal denominators. Based on the proposed theoretical basis, an efficient computational algorithm is developed and illustrated with several examples. © 1994 Birkhäuser.
Circuits, Systems, and Signal Processing
Shaw, Arnab K., Pradeep Misra, and Ramdas Kumaresan. "Identification of a class of multivariable systems from impulse response data: Theory and computational algorithm." Circuits, Systems, and Signal Processing 13, 6 (1994): 759-782. doi:10.1007/BF02523125.