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!!!! References

* Nikbakhsh, S., Hedengren, J.D., Darby, M., Udy, J., Constrained Model Identification Using Open-Equation Nonlinear Optimization, AIChE Spring Meeting, Houston, TX, April 2016. [[Attach:AIChE_2016_Model_ID.pdf|Presentation]] [[https://aiche.confex.com/aiche/s16/webprogram/Paper444955.html|Abstract]]

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The following data set was generated in class from two voltage inputs (u) that changed the temperature (x) of two thermisters.
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Determine a linear
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Determine a linear dynamic model that best describes
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(:title MIMO Model Identification:)
(:keywords dynamic data, model identification, validation, differential, algebraic, tutorial, Simulink:)
(:description Multiple input, multiple output model identification for dynamic and empirical identification with an example exercise in Excel, MATLAB, and Python.:)

Multiple Input, Multiple Output (MIMO) systems can be empirically described by several linear dynamic system models. MIMO systems are more complicated than [[Main/DataSimulation|Single Input, Single Output (SISO)]] systems because of several factors including multivariate interaction, potential co-linearity of inputs, and large data processing requirements. Some common MIMO model forms include:

* Discrete transfer functions (z or q - Time series)
* Continuous transfer functions (s - Laplace variables)
* State space (A,B,C,D - time domain, linear differential equations)

Model identification in these forms typically involves fitting unknown coefficients in the model followed by an analysis to determine how many parameters are statistically significant.

!!!! Exercise

The following data set was generated in class from two voltage inputs (u) that changed the temperature (x) of two thermisters.

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Determine a linear dynamic model that best describes the input to output relationship between voltage and temperature. Compute the steady state gain for each input to output relationship.

!!!! Solution

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