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Rational orthonormal bases, state transformations, and dissipativity

Rational orthonormal bases, state transformations, and dissipativity
Rational orthonormal bases, state transformations, and dissipativity
We establish formulas relating the state of a continuous-time system with that of the transformed one in a Takenaka-Malmquist-Kautz orthogonal basis. We use such relation to give a simple proof that if the original system is dissipative, then the transformed one is also dissipative with the same storage function. We apply our results to continuous-time subspace system identification.
System identification, orthonormal bases, dissipativity
Ohta, Yoshito
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Rapisarda, Paolo
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Ohta, Yoshito
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Rapisarda, Paolo
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Ohta, Yoshito and Rapisarda, Paolo (2021) Rational orthonormal bases, state transformations, and dissipativity. IEEE Transactions Automatic Control. (In Press)

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We establish formulas relating the state of a continuous-time system with that of the transformed one in a Takenaka-Malmquist-Kautz orthogonal basis. We use such relation to give a simple proof that if the original system is dissipative, then the transformed one is also dissipative with the same storage function. We apply our results to continuous-time subspace system identification.

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Accepted/In Press date: 22 March 2021
Keywords: System identification, orthonormal bases, dissipativity

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/447979
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