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The major potential difficulties in obtaining parameters of a model from scientific observations are discussed in the context of the theory of best approximation.
When doing simulations one of the worst problems that can occur is an unstable system model. These unstable models often appear in systems identification problems where the system has a non-minimum phase model. This situation leads to an unstable inverse system. The instability means that the...
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