Optimal input design (OID) consists of finding the most informative input sequence out of the set of possible excitation signals. In this work, we evaluate the performance of different optimization strategies that compute the D-Optimal input design for two simple Wiener systems. We perform a brute force nonlinear optimization with respect to the samples of the input signal for both systems. Special care should be taken while choosing the optimization/design parameters (e.g. sampling time, signal duration, initial values, etc.) since small changes can have a high impact onto the design performance.
|Status||Published - 22 mrt 2016|
|Evenement||35th Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control, - Soesterberg, Netherlands|
Duur: 22 mrt 2016 → 24 mrt 2016
|Conference||35th Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control,|
|Periode||22/03/16 → 24/03/16|