Models of dynamical systems are of great importance in almost all fields of science and engineering and specifically in control, signal processing and information science. A model is always only an approximation of a real phenomenon so that having an approximation theory which allows for the analysis of model quality is a substantial concern. The use of rational orthogonal basis functions to represent dynamical systems and stochastic signals can provide such a theory and underpin advanced analysis and efficient modelling. It also has the potential to extend beyond these areas to deal with many problems in circuit theory, telecommunications, systems, control theory and signal processing.
Modelling and Identification with Rational Orthogonal Basis Functions affords a self-contained description of the development of the field over the last 15 years, furnishing researchers and practising engineers working with dynamical systems and stochastic processes with a standard reference work.
Publisher: Springer London Ltd
Number of pages: 397
Weight: 1710 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 23 mm
Edition: 2005 ed.
From the reviews:
"The book deals with the construction and use of rational orthogonal basis functions in modelling and identification of linear dynamical systems. It is written by nine authors as a research monograph and represents a survey of the field. The framework and tools are given that make it easy to evaluate how much one gains by using orthogonal basis function models ... ." (UElle Kotta, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2006 k)