This paper introduces a nonparametric, nonlinear system identification toolbox called SAMI (simplified analysis for multiple input systems) developed for industrial measurements of vibro-acoustic systems with multiple inputs. It addresses the questions related to the user-friendly (semi-)automatic processing of multiple-input, multiple-output measurements with respect to the design of an experiment and the analysis of the measured data. When the proposed toolbox is used, with minimal user interaction, it is easily possible (a) to decide whether the underlying system is linear or not, (b) to decide whether the linear framework is still adequate to be used, and (c) to tell an inexperienced user how much can be gained using an advanced nonlinear framework. The toolbox is illustrated on openly accessible F-16 ground vibration testing measurements.
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|