Psi 2-Estimates for Linear Functionals on Zonoids by Paouris G.
By Paouris G.
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18) used in Theorem 2 are singular value decompositions of the same matrix, which illustrates that there is no difference between the classical formulation of the projection algorithms and the formulation of Theorem 2. m contains a Matlab implementation of this algorithm. 1 and Appendix B. 3 Notes on noisy measurements In this Subsection we will shortly treat the behavior of the different algorithms in the presence of noise. e. when given an infinite amount of noisy data generated by an unknown linear system, does the algorithm compute the exact linear system ?
2). 3. 2 Main Theorem Before stating the main deterministic identification Theorem, the following remark that emphasizes the symmetry between the different Chapters is in order: For each of the separate identification problems (Chapter 2, 3 and 4) we present a main Theorem which states how the state sequence and the extended observability matrix can be extracted from the given input-output data. After having treated the three Theorems for the three different cases (deterministic, stochastic and combined deterministic-stochastic identification), it will become clear that they are very similar4 .
Similarities between the presented algorithm and the literature are pointed out. 1 we state the deterministic (subspace) identification problem mathematically and introduce the notation. 2 contains the main Theorem, which is the backbone of this Chapter. The Theorem allows for the extraction of the states directly from input-output data. 3. 4 describes how the results of the main Theorem lead to two algorithms that compute the system matrices. 5 contains the conclusions. Appendix B describes the software implementation of the algorithms in this Chapter.