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Looking for a System Identification Course
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Jason H. Nicholson on 12 Jul 2021
Edited: Jason H. Nicholson on 16 Jun 2022
I have struggled getting good results from the System Identification toolbox for years. Does anyone know of a course I can take in System Identification online over the course of a semester or in person over the course of a week?
I have several books I am reading right now along with Ljung's book. I still find the material complex enough that I could use a course.
Robbie Murchison on 15 Jun 2022
Hey, I’ve only just started it but I’ve found what seems to be a really good series of videos on YouTube. I think it is connected to a university course. The author is Franky de Bruyne and the playlist is “System Identification; Linear theory”.
Would also recommend Alan Oppenheim, Signals and Systems book for background on convolution and transforms but you might already be beyond that :).
Good luck with your studies and cheers for posting.
Tarunbir Gambhir on 16 Jul 2021
There is a lot of information on System Identification Toolbox in the MathWorks documentations. You can leverage them to explore and learn more about this domain.
In addition you can go through many vidoes recorded which cover different features of this toolbox. For example, Introduction to System Identification might be of help to you.
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