Estimating Models Using Frequency-Domain Data

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Mohammad Tauquir Iqbal
Mohammad Tauquir Iqbal 2020 年 2 月 14 日
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i have got frequency domain dta from the experiment in dB and phase. when i used ystem identifcation tool box it is not accurate .
can anyone suggest how to prceoeed.


Star Strider
Star Strider 2020 年 2 月 14 日
Do not use dB.
If you are starting with the idfrd function, note that the documentation states:
The 'ResponseData' property stores the frequency response data as a 3-D array of complex numbers.
Amplitudes in decibels are not complex numbers.
If you are using the iddata function, see the documentation section on Frequency-Domain Data . Note that for it ‘...the data, which consists of the complex-valued input-output frequency-domain data U and Y, frequency vector W, and sample time Ts.’
Again, amplitudes in decibels are not complex numbers.
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Star Strider
Star Strider 2020 年 2 月 14 日
It appears to be correct. I cannot tell from here.
Note that plotting the imaginary part of the Fourier transform will also let you estimate the number of zeros. Those are (obviously) the zero-crossings of that plot.
It is possible to have a pole or zero at the origin, and a pole or zero at infinity as well. You need to examine that plot carefully to be certain to detect them, and then include them if they exist.
Pole-zero cancellations should not exist in an estimated system. You can use the minreal function on the estimated system to be certain that they do not.


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