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Jessica A. Santos
Ginalber L. O. Serra

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Jessica A. Santos
Ginalber L. O. Serra

WSEAS Transactions on Systems

Print ISSN: 1109-2777
E-ISSN: 2224-2678

Volume 17, 2018

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Volume 17, 2018

Fuzzy Hammerstein Model Based States Space Identification Approach of Nonlinear Dynamics Systems

AUTHORS: Jessica A. Santos, Ginalber L. O. Serra

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ABSTRACT: This paper presents a novel methodology for evolving fuzzy identification of nonlinear systems in state space based on Hammerstein models. The nonlinear static characteristic is approximated by an evolving TakagiSugeno fuzzy model and the linear dynamics by a state space model. The recursive estimation of the linear model in state space is performed based on the system Markov parameters applied to the algorithm of minimum realization ERA. Computational results illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed method in the online identification of nonlinear systems

KEYWORDS: Evolving fuzzy systems, Hammerstein models, state space systems, Markov parameters


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WSEAS Transactions on Systems, ISSN / E-ISSN: 1109-2777 / 2224-2678, Volume 17, 2018, Art. #10, pp. 89-98

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