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|Title: ||Fast system identification algorithm for non-uniformly sampled noisy biomedical signal|
|Authors: ||Wong, Koon-pong|
Feng, D. David
|Subjects: ||Discrete time systems|
Eigenvalues and eigenfunctions
Least squares approximations
Medical signal processing
|Issue Date: ||1996 |
|Citation: ||1996 IEEE TENCON Digital Signal Processing Applications proceedings : The University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia, 26-29 November, 1996, v. 2, p. 559-564.|
|Abstract: ||The recently developed generalized linear least squares (GLLS) algorithm has been found very useful in non-uniformly sampled biomedical signal processing and parameter estimation. In this paper, the algorithm is used for the identification of a compartmental model with a pair of repeated eigenvalues based on the non-uniformly sampled noisy data. A case study is presented, which demonstrates that the algorithm is able to select the most suitable model for the system from the non-uniformly sampled noisy signals.|
|Description: ||DOI: 10.1109/TENCON.1996.608402|
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|Type: ||Conference Paper|
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