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Jing, X.J.; Lang, Z.Q.; Billings, S.A. (2008)
Publisher: Automatic Control and Systems Engineering, University of Sheffield
Languages: English
Types: Book
In order that the nth-order Generalized Frequency Response Function (GFRF) for nonlinear systems described by a NARX model can be directly written into a more straightforward and meaningful form in terms of the first order GFRF and model parameters, the nth-order GFRF is now determined by a new mapping function based on a parametric characteristic. This can explicitly unveil the linear and nonlinear factors included in the GFRFs, reveal clearly the relationship between the nth-order GFRF and the model parameters, and also the relationship between the nth-order GFRF and the first order GFRF. Some new properties of the GFRFs can consequently be developed. These new results provide a novel and useful insight into the frequency domain analysis of nonlinear systems.
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