Identification of nonlinear systems using the Wiener model

Identification of nonlinear systems using the Wiener model

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An algorithm for the identification of nonlinear systems which can be described by a Wiener model consisting of a linear system followed by a single-valued nonlinearity is presented. Crossconolation techniques are employed to decouple the identification of the linear dynamics from the characterisation of the nonlinear element.


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