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On the use of stochastic approximation in the state-parameter identification problem

On the use of stochastic approximation in the state-parameter identification problem

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The results of a simulation study are presented to show that a recently published ‘bootstrap’ identification method for estimating the states and parameters of a linear discrete-time stochastic system does not work. The reasons why the method does not work are explained.


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