“An approach using a high speed special purpose digital computer to identify the transfer function of a linear system is presented in this thesis. The data for computation are obtained by measuring the system response and its derivatives periodically with a periodic test signal (impulse) input.
The order of the system is first determined by evaluating the rank of a Hankel matrix. Then, the transfer function is determined by solving two sets of system equations.
Theoretical analysis is emphasized in the study. Two examples are given for the purpose of illustrating the theory
Chenoweth, Robert D.
Nolte, Roger E.
Antle, Charles E.
Nelson, John August
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
iv, 33 pages
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Koo, Tuh-Kai, "Linear system transfer function identification" (1963). Masters Theses. 2868.