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Title: Identification of Spatially Interconnected Systems.
Written by: Ali, Mukhtar and Chughtai, Saulat S. and Werner, Herbert
in: <em>48th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control</em>. (2009).
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Abstract: This paper presents a method for the identication of spatially interconnected system in rational form, using input-output data. Unlike previously proposed approaches, this method does not rely on a separability condition. The motivation for this approach is to identify a spatially interconnected model in Roesser form for which efcient control synthesis approaches have been recently proposed. The algorithm explicitly takes into consideration boundary conditions, which makes it suitable for boundary value problems such as conduction of heat through metal or vibration in xed, simply supported or cantilever beams. The approach is illustrated by applying it to a beam element with various boundary conditions. The effectiveness of the method is demonstrated by a controller synthesis based on the identied model.

[176542]
Title: Identification of Spatially Interconnected Systems.
Written by: Ali, Mukhtar and Chughtai, Saulat S. and Werner, Herbert
in: <em>48th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control</em>. (2009).
Volume: Number:
on pages: 7163--7168
Chapter:
Editor:
Publisher:
Series:
Address:
Edition:
ISBN:
how published:
Organization:
School:
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DOI:
URL:
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PMID:

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Abstract: This paper presents a method for the identication of spatially interconnected system in rational form, using input-output data. Unlike previously proposed approaches, this method does not rely on a separability condition. The motivation for this approach is to identify a spatially interconnected model in Roesser form for which efcient control synthesis approaches have been recently proposed. The algorithm explicitly takes into consideration boundary conditions, which makes it suitable for boundary value problems such as conduction of heat through metal or vibration in xed, simply supported or cantilever beams. The approach is illustrated by applying it to a beam element with various boundary conditions. The effectiveness of the method is demonstrated by a controller synthesis based on the identied model.