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Part I of this series of two papers handles the identification of discrete-time and continuous-time Box-Jenkins models on arbitrary frequency grids in an open and closed loop setting. Part II (i) discusses the practical calculation of the estimators developed in Part I, (ii) illustrates some...
In this paper, we propose a new control design approach for linear fractional transformation (LFT) systems using parameter-dependent Lyapunov functions. Instead of assuming parameter dependency in LFT fashion, we consider general parameter-dependent controllers to achieve better closed-loop...
This paper represents the problem of tracking multiple maneuvering targets from possibly missing and false measurements as one of filtering for a jump-linear descriptor system with stochastic i.i.d. coefficients. This particular representation serves as an instrument in the characterization of...
By the Floquet similarity transformations of finite-dimensional linear continuous-time periodic (FDLCP) systems, the time-domain Hamiltonian test for the H ∞ norm is first interpreted in terms of Toeplitz operators of the system matrices. Based on this novel frequency-domain interpretation,...
Stationary properties of a recently suggested windup prevention scheme for recursive parameter estimation are investigated in the case of insufficient excitation. When the regressor vector contains data covering the whole parameter space, the algorithm has only one stationary point, the one...
Methods for model validation of continuous-time nonlinear systems with uncertain parameters are presented in this paper. The methods employ functions of state-parameter-time, termed barrier certificates, whose existence proves that a model and a feasible parameter set are inconsistent with some...
In classical time domain Box–Jenkins identification discrete-time plant and noise models are estimated using sampled input/output signals. The frequency content of the input/output samples covers uniformly the whole unit circle in a natural way, even in case of prefiltering. Recently, the...
Given a number of possibly concurrent faults (and disturbances) that may affect a nonlinear dynamic system, it may not be possible to solve the standard fault detection and isolation (FDI) problem, i.e., to detect and isolate each single fault from all other, possibly concurrent faults and...
In this paper, the stability of equilibrium formations for multiple unicycle systems in cyclic pursuit is studied in detail. The cyclic pursuit setup is particularly simple in that each unicycle i pursues only one other unicycle, unicycle i + 1 (modulo n ), where n is the number of unicycles....
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