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Fundamental limitations on the accuracy of MIMO linear models obtained by PEM for systems operating in open loop 174 165 2
Connections between incremental and continuous-time EM algorithm for state space identification 8 5 0
Identification of sparse FIR systems using a general quantisation scheme 9 8 0
The SNR approach to networked control 179 164 0
A novel input design approach for systems with quantized output data 17 11 0
Asymptotic statistical analysis for model-based control design strategies 69 63 0
Scalability of bidirectional vehicle strings with static and dynamic measurement errors 0 0 0
Scenario-based EM identification for FIR systems having quantized output data 113 112 0
Sampled data errors-in-variables systems 178 164 0
On identification of FIR systems having quantized output data 161 145 0
Identification of state-space systems using a dual time-frequency domain approach 208 204 0
Dual time-frequency domain system identification 1 1 0
Passivity-based control for multi-vehicle systems subject to string constraints 37 30 0
Quadratic MPC with ℓ₀-input constraint 18 17 0
A virtual closed loop method for closed loop identification 128 126 0
Low complexity Wiener filtering in CDMA systems using a class of pseudo-noise spreading codes 17 10 0
A novel approach to model error modelling using the expectation-maximization algorithm 103 90 4
Scalability of bidirectional vehicle strings with measurement errors 43 41 0
A numerical study of time and frequency domain maximum likelihood estimation 130 123 0
Virtual closed loop identification: a generalized tool for identification in closed loop 116 107 0
EM-based maximum-likelihood channel estimation in multicarrier systems with phase distortion 18 15 0
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