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# Saraswathi S

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I have my dynamical transfer function time constants in minutes. But simulink simulation says its default unit for time is secon...

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Specifying bounds in process model estimation
Is it essential to specify bounds in process model estimation using system identification toolbox? I'm not getting the expected ...

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Step response model estimation
I have set of datas by solving ODE's using ODE 45 solver. My step input varies like this: [5.7,5.9.6.1,6.3,6.5,6.7] for the enti...

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Though my input and output data is inversely proportional, system identification toolbox is giving me a positive gain
Hello all. I have a set of input and output data collected from a process. As my input increases, my output decreases and so tec...

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Using using system Identification app, the time-plot and model output of input-output data is in which units of time
While using system Identification app, we get the time plot and model output, transient response plots etc. In all these plots t...

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Can someone help me on how can I get second order plus time delay model from the input-output data.
I have a set of input and output data of a process and I need to fit it into a second order plus time delay. I used the system i...

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To know the units of t span used in ode45 command
I am using ODE45 command to solve 8 ordinary differential equations. My doubt is if im specifying tspan=[0 1000] , what will be...

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Error using ~= Invalid types for comparison.
misclassrate = sum(Predicted ~= testdata.N)/numel(Predicted) Here, my predicted variables are categorical while testdata.N is f...

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