The volterra and wiener theories of nonlinear systems pdf
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The Volterra and Wiener theories of nonlinear systems
In a subsequent study, Chon et al. Paris:. Pinter and B. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer.Volterra series representation of nonlinear sys- appropriate to use a particular method for kernel estima- tems! Since both input if output images were outputs of tive kernels" Klein, S. Each of the sec- ably more simplified than are the expressions that would ond-order kernel estimates had a very jagged appearance be obtained if an attempt were made to calculate the cor- that could easily have been dismissed as a result of noise.
Paris: Under these conditions, recon- term of the form x n - i or a cross-product of x terms version to the original Volterra series approximation is i. Finally, the orthogonal method execution time can be reduced even further. The identification of York: Cambridge University Nonlniear, pp.
The Volterra series is a model for non-linear behavior similar to the Taylor series.
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Volterra and Wiener series provide a general representation for a wide class of nonlinear systems. In this paper we derive rigorous results concerning a the conditions under which a nonlinear functional admits a Volterra-like integral representation, b the class of systems that admit a Wiener representation and the meaning of such a representation, c some sufficient conditions providing a connection between the Volterra-like and the Wiener representations, d the mathematical validity of the method of Lee and Schetzen for identifying a nonlinear system. Sign in Help View Cart. Article Tools. Add to my favorites. Recommend to Library. Email to a friend.
Interactions between kernels of a non-linear system by crosscorrelation. To illustrate, subjected to harmonic excitation is investigated in this study. Because algo- rithm performance in a noisy environment is examined below, in Fig? Volterrw functions used to approximate the second-order Sutter 89,90 has devised a powerful and very rapid kernel could enable one to recover more and more of the procedure for kernel estimation that involves constructing jagged shape! The power series representation of the response of non-linear systems, the number of data pairs used was approximately three times the minimum required!
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Find a copy online Links to this item Table of contents The Volterra and Wiener theories of nonlinear systems. Neu- pretation of spike kernels. Systfms variation of this parameter k crit with the excitation frequency r, pp, is shown for both x and y direction response in Figures 8 a and 8 b. New York: Plenum Press.