By Manfred Deistler (auth.), Graham Goodwin BSc, BE PhD, FIEEE, Hon FIE Aust., FTS, FAA (eds.)

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Consistency can be shown by showing the continuity of the mapping relating the (AT, BT, CT) to the 1(8), where the maximum lag p increases at a certain rate with T. Asymptotic normality is shown by linearizing this mapping around the true values. Simulations show that the mean squared error of the parameter estimators of Larimore's procedure (for the case of no observed input) is similar to that of the MLE. 4 Model selection In many applications the original model class is not finite dimensional; here we treat the set UA as the most important example for this.

Also, with this exclusion zone and high signal to noise ratio situations, we can essentially ignore the t in the denominator (since it is subtracted from 1- T). 36) 2 Singularity Issues in Closed Loop Identification. 57) - ITI2 NLlA; Remark 6. An interesting observation based on the above result is that ITI2:A~ is actually the output signal energy due to the test signal. Hence, if one fixes the output energy due to the test signal, then we see that there is no essential difference in terms of estimation accuracy between the open and closed loop cases.

De Moor . N4sidj Subspace Algorithms for the Identification of Combined Deterministic-Stochastic Systems. , 30, 75-93 , 1994. 27. G. Wolodkin, S. Rangan and K. PooUa. An LFT Approach to Parameter Estimation. Proc. , Kitakyushu, 87-92, 1997. 26 Manfred Deistler 28. A. Wald. Note on the Consistency of the Maximum Likelihood Estimation. , 20, 595-600, 1949. 29. U. Yule. On a Method for Investigating Periodicities in Disturbed Series with Special Reference to Wolfer's Sunspot Numbers. Philos. 1hms.

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