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@ugatu.uaicnit.bashkiria.su>, "Rais D. Akhmetsafin" <a...
|> Thank you for your interest.
|> I research algorithms of synthesis of control systems on
|> the basis of representations Volterra. The structure and
|> parameters nonlinear controllers are received in a sight(kind)
|> Volterra polynom. A task of inversion polynoms I do in the
|> frequent area for the first and second harmonics, as well as
|> by a method of moment for the kernels of the first and second
|> orders. A structure controllers - model Viener, Zadeh-filter
|> or Sm-system. I are interested by(with) other methods of
|> inversion and criteria of quality of control.
|> Dr. R.D.Achmetsafin
I guess you want to find the inverse of a Volterra model. You may want to
check Chapter 7 of the book by Prof. Martin Schetzen (1980), "The Volterra and
Wiener Theories of Nonlinear Systems".
I also have one question: in which case the Volterra model will have
all kernels independent on its initial state? I found some real nonlinear
plants can be modelled by initial-state-independent Volterra model
but wish to draw a general conclusion .
University of British Columbia