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Auxiliary Signal Design for Robust Multi-Model Identification

Abstract : Under the assumption that one of two given linear models is the real underlyin- g model of the system, a proper auxiliary signal is defined as an input signal that allows the selection of the correct model. Under the assumption that model noises have bounded energy, the separability index is defined as the inverse of the energy of the proper auxiliary signal of least energy. A method for the computation of this index and the construction of the auxiliary signal is presented. Finally, an efficient procedure for on-line identification called the hyperplane test is developed.
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Ramine Nikoukhah, Stephen L. Campbell, K.G. Horton, François Delebecque. Auxiliary Signal Design for Robust Multi-Model Identification. [Research Report] RR-4000, INRIA. 2000. ⟨inria-00072644⟩



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