“This thesis describes the implementation of an identification procedure as a package of graphic programs. This package of graphic programs will allow the user to perform a least squares parameter estimation, a recursive least squares parameter estimation, and a maximum likelihood parameter estimation of a linear second-order transfer function model. This model describes in a linear form the dynamic response of an automobile in a field operating environment.
The model is to reasonably reproduce the physical behavior of an automobile through two of its dynamic variables. These are the yaw rate as output and wheel angle as input. The model will make subsequent control designs easier to perform mathematically”--Abstract, page ii.
Kern, Frank J.
Fannin, D. Ronald
Pyron, Howard D.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
viii, 113 pages
© 1983 Youcef Hammada, All rights reserved.
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Hammada, Youcef, "Real time interactive graphics systems identification" (1983). Masters Theses. 4056.