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Plant-Friendly Identification of Second-order Volterra Models

Author(s):

F. III Doyle, R. Parker, R. Pearson, B. Ogunnaike
Conference/Journal:

European Control Conference (ECC), Karlsruhe, Germany,, no. 3, paper DA-3, (CD-ROM)
Abstract:

This paper considers certain practical aspects of the identification of nonlinear empirical models for chemical process dynamics. The primary focus is the identification of second-order Volterra models using input sequences that offer the following three advantages: 1. they are "plant friendly" 2. they simplify the required computations 3. they can emphasize certain model parameters over others. To provide a quantitative basis for discussing the first of these advantages, this paper defines a friendliness index f that relates to the number of changes that occur in the sequence. To illustrate the practical utility of the input sequences considered here, second-order Volterra models are developed that approximate the dynamics of a first-principles model of methyl methacrylate polymerization.

Year:

1999
Type of Publication:

(01)Article
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% Autogenerated BibTeX entry
@InProceedings { DoyEtal:1999:IFA_805,
    author={F. III Doyle and R. Parker and R. Pearson and B. Ogunnaike},
    title={{Plant-Friendly Identification of Second-order Volterra
	  Models}},
    booktitle={European Control Conference (ECC)},
    pages={},
    year={1999},
    address={Karlsruhe, Germany,},
    month=aug,
    url={http://control.ee.ethz.ch/index.cgi?page=publications;action=details;id=805}
}
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