System Identification: Theory for the User (2nd Edition)

ISBN: 0136566952

Category: Technical

Tag: Programming


Posted on 2007-07-22. By anonymous.

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Lennart Ljung, «System Identification: Theory for the User (2nd Edition)»

Prentice Hall PTR | ISBN: 0136566952 | 2 edition (December 29, 1998) | 609 pages | DJVU | 8.7 Mb
A Complete Text for System Identification This book is very through in presenting methods of system identification...mathematically. However as with most good mathematical oriented books there are not a lot of practical design type problems. One other mark aginst the book is that similar notation is used for different topics, which can sometimes be a bit confusing. One thing I might recommend, to a potential buyer is that you take a course in random process, and possess a through understanding of signals and transforms. All in all though if a little more meat in terms of practicality were added I'd rate this book a five.

An excellent textbook for engineers, and a necessary reference for Matlab toolbox (System Identification)
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