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Optimal Experiment Design for Dynamic System Identification by Dr. Martin B. Zarrop (eds.)

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V denote continuous real-valued functions P defined on a closed finite interval [a,b]. ,p ) v ctl,t ..... v I (t I) v 1(t 2) ... v I (tp) v 2 (tl) v 2 (t2) ... v 2 (tp) are strictly positive whenever a < t I < t 2 < ... < t < b. (I) Also let v denote the vector ~>l(v I ..... vp) and {vi} P denote the sequence of functions v l , Vp... , v ( ~ ) form a linearly independent set if k <_p and a < t I < t 2 < ... < %

2) that M(~) is singular if p > 1 for I(~) = I/2 if p > 2 for I(6) = I It is clear that, if identifiability problems are to be avoided, the i-optimality criterion should not be used for p > 3. This class of criteria are excluded by. demanding that lim act ¢[M] = ~ (12) This condition is satisfied by the most com-~n choices for #: (a) --I log det M : D-optimality. --i An equivalent criterion is det M Payne [P2] has shown that this criterion can be derived from Lindley's average information increment [L5] in the case of normal distributions and can be used as a measure of the return from an experiment when the goal is solely to gain information say, to design a controller).

Demanding that lim act ¢[M] = ~ (12) This condition is satisfied by the most com-~n choices for #: (a) --I log det M : D-optimality. --i An equivalent criterion is det M Payne [P2] has shown that this criterion can be derived from Lindley's average information increment [L5] in the case of normal distributions and can be used as a measure of the return from an experiment when the goal is solely to gain information say, to design a controller). (rather than, A related concept is that of mutual information between parameters and data used by Arimato and Kimura [A9].

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