System identification based on the real interpolation method

Valery Goncharov, Andrew Liepinsh, Wladyslaw Rudnicki

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Abstract

In this work the Real Interpolation Method (RIM) for the solution of System Identification problem is proposed. It allow to create the sufficiently cost-effective algorithmic basis and to solve all complex of Identification problems under field conditions immediately: to gain the information about the system, to process it, to form current dynamic characteristics and to compare them with etalon. It is founded on usage of a special case of the Laplace transformation, when the complex variable p = δ + jω is degenerated in real δ. The number of operations is diminish more than 2 times in comparison with the frequency method. Real Interpolation Method is equivalent to the frequency method from positions of noiseproof features. The possibilities of the RIM allow to use it for Identification of linearized continuous and discrete systems, and also for their subsequent tuning.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the International Conference on Systems Science
EditorsZ. Bubnicki, A. Grzech
Pages234-238
Number of pages5
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 2001
Event14th International Conference on Systems Science - Wroclaw, Poland
Duration: 11 Sep 200114 Sep 2001

Other

Other14th International Conference on Systems Science
CountryPoland
CityWroclaw
Period11.9.0114.9.01

Keywords

  • Automatic control systems
  • Identification problem
  • Laplace transformation
  • Real interpolation method

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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    Goncharov, V., Liepinsh, A., & Rudnicki, W. (2001). System identification based on the real interpolation method. In Z. Bubnicki, & A. Grzech (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Systems Science (Vol. 1, pp. 234-238)