Identification of Continuous-time Models from Sampled Data
brings together contributions from well-known experts who present an
up-to-date view of this active area of research and describe recent
methods and software tools developed in this field.
The Continuous-Time System Identification (CONTSID)
toolbox described in the book gives an overview of developments and
practical examples in which MATLABŪ can be brought to bear in the cause
of direct time-domain identification of continuous-time systems.This
survey of methods and results in continuous-time system identification
will be a valuable reference for a broad audience drawn from
researchers and graduate students in signal processing as well as in
systems and control. It also covers comprehensive material suitable for
specialised graduate courses in these areas.
Twenty-three international experts have contributed
to this work to produce fourteen chapters that can be read
independently or as a comprehensive whole with a logical line of
The book was published in March 2008 by Springer Verlag, London.
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