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On the equivalence of least costly and traditional experiment design for control 136 128 0
On the equivalence of time and frequency domain maximum likelihood estimation 179 161 0
Identifiability of errors in variables dynamic systems 123 107 0
A recursive algorithm for mimo stochastic model estimation 127 113 3
Two-degree-of-freedom anti-aliasing technique for wide-band networked control 95 64 4
A model-based feedback control strategy for heap bioleaching processes 193 163 6
An algorithm for estimating time-varying commodity price models 227 194 5
Sampling and sampled-data models 143 132 0
A filtering approach for model selection 7 7 0
A simulation study on model predictive control and extremum seeking control for heap bioleaching processes 121 109 0
Identifiability of EIV dynamic systems with non-stationary data 95 89 0
Continuous-time system identification using indirect inference 140 124 0
Fundamental limitations on the variance of estimated parametric models 67 61 0
On the accuracy of phase noise bandwidth estimation in OFDM systems 28 20 0
Relative error issues in sampled data models 146 125 0
On the optimality of open and closed loop experiments in system identification 183 156 3
Virtual closed loop identification: a subspace approach 181 153 0
On the optimal estimation of errors in variables models for robust control 163 120 7
A rank-constrained optimization approach: application to factor analysis 44 32 0
Identifiability of errors in variables dynamic systems 110 102 0
Robust identification of process models from plant data 213 197 0
Approximate EM algorithms for parameter and state estimation in nonlinear stochastic models 132 110 6
Stochastic embedding revisited: a modern interpretation 2 1 0
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