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On Problem of Parameters Identification of Dynamic Object

Authors: C. Ardil, Kamil Aida-zade

Abstract:

In this paper, some problem formulations of dynamic object parameters recovery described by non-autonomous system of ordinary differential equations with multipoint unshared edge conditions are investigated. Depending on the number of additional conditions the problem is reduced to an algebraic equations system or to a problem of quadratic programming. With this purpose the paper offers a new scheme of the edge conditions transfer method called by conditions shift. The method permits to get rid from differential links and multipoint unshared initially-edge conditions. The advantage of the proposed approach is concluded by capabilities of reduction of a parametric identification problem to essential simple problems of the solution of an algebraic system or quadratic programming.

Keywords: Ordinary differential equations, quadratic programming, dynamic objects, multipoint unshared edge conditions, conditions shift

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1062338

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