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Linear Estimation, by THomas Kailath and Ali H.Sayed & Babak Hassibi, English, Paperback, 2008



Author THomas Kailath & Ali H.Sayed & Babak Hassibi

Press Xi 'an Jiaotong University Press

Isbn 7560529496/9787560529493

Publication Date Dec 2008

Pages 854

Size 16K

Edition First

Cover Paperback

Language English

Page material gelatine plate paper

Product Description:

This book introduces the estimation problem of finite dimensional linear system of the state space model. According to the content, this book can be divided to special projects: Introduction and basic knowledge (Chapter 1-5), Stationary processes (Chapter 6-8), the nonstationary processes (Chapter 9-10), Rapid array algorithm (Chapter 11-13), Continuous time estimation (Chapter 16), Advanced topics (Chapter 14, 15, 17).




1 overview

1.1 The Asymptotic Observer

1.2 The Optimum Transient Observer

1.2.1 The Mean-Square-Error Criterion

1.2.2 Minimization via Completion of Squares

1.2.3 The Optimum Transient Observer

1.2.4 The Kalman Filter

1.3 Coming Attractions

1.3.1 Smoothed Estimators

1.3.2 Extensions to Time-Variant Models

1.3.3 Fast Algorithms for Time-Invariant Systems

1.3.4 Numerical Issues

1.3.5 Array Algorithms

1.3.6 Other Topics

1.4 The Innovations Process

1.4.1 Whiteness of the Innovations Process

1.4.2 Innovations Representations

1.4.3 Canonical Covariance Factorization

1.4.4 Exploiting State-Space Structure for Matrix Problems

1.5 Steady-State Behavior

1.5.1 Appropriate Solutions of the DARE

1.5.2 Wiener Filters

1.5.3 Convergence Results

1.6 Several Related Problems

1.6.1 Adaptive RL$ F'dtering

1.6.2 Linear Quadratic Control

1.6.3 Hoo Estimation

1.6.4 Hoo Adaptive F'dtering

1.6.5 Hoo Control

1.6.6 Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory

1.7 Complements


2 deterministic least-squares problems

2.1 The Deterministic Least-Squares Criterion

2.2 The Classical Solutions

2.2.1 The Normal Equations

2.2.2 Weighted Least-Squares Problems

2.2.3 Statistical Assumptions on the Noise

2.3 A Geometric Formulation: The Orthogonality Condition

2.3.1 The Projection Theorem in Inner Product Spaces

2.3.2 Geometric Insights

2.3.3 Projection Matrices

2.3.4 An Application: Order-Reeursive Least-Squares

2.4 Regularized Least-Squares Problems

2.5 An Array Algorithm: The OR Method

2.6 Updating Least-Squares Solutions: RLS Algorithms

2.6.1 The RLS Algorithm

2.6.2 An Array Algorithm for RLS

2.7 Downdating Least-Squares Solutions

2.8 Some Variations of Least-Squares Problems

2.8.1 The Total Least-Squares Criterion

2.8.2 Criteria with Bounds on Data Uncertainties

2.9 Complements


2.A On Systems of Linear Equations

3 stochastic least-squares problems

3.1 The Problem of Stochastic Estimation

3.2 Linear Least-Mean-Squares Estimators

3.2.1 The Fundamental Equations

3.2.2 Stochastic Interpretation of Triangular Factorization

3.2.3 Singular Data Covariance Matrices

3.2.4 Nonzero-Mean Values and Centering

3.2.5 Estimators for Complex-Valued Random Variables

3.3 A Geometric Formulation

3.3.1 The Orthogonality Condition

3.3.2 Examples

3.4 Linear Models

3.4.1 Information Forms When Rx > 0 and Rv > 0

3.4.2 The Gauss-Markov Theorem

3.4.3 Combining Estimators

3.5 Equivalence to Deterministic Least-Squares

3.6 Complements


3.7 Least-Mean-Squares Estimation

3.8 Gaussian Random Variables

3.9 Optimal Estimation for Gaussian Variables

4 the innovations process

4.1 Estimation of Stochastic Processes

4.1.1 The Fixed Interval Smoothing Problem

4.1.2 The Causal F'dtering Problem

4.1.3 The Wiener-HopfTechnique

4.1.4 A Note on Terminology—— Vectors and Gramians

4.2 The Innovations Process

4.2.1 A Geometric Approach

4.2.2 An Algebraic Approach

4.2.3 The Modified Gram-Schmidt Procedure

4.2.4 Estimation Given the Innovations Process

4.2.5 The Filtering Problem via the Innovations Approach

4.2.6 Computational Issues

4.3 Innovations Approach to Deterministic Least-Squares Problems

4.4 The Exponentially Correlated Process

4.4.1 Triangular Factorization of Ry

4.4.2 Finding L-1 and the Innovations

4.4.3 Innovations via the Gram-Schmidt Procedures

4.5 Complements


4.6 Linear Spaces, Modules, and Gramians

5 state-space models

5.1 The Exponentially Correlated Process

5.1.1 Finite Interval Problems; Initial Conditions for Stationarity

5.1.2 Innovations from the Process Model

5.2 Going Beyond the Stationary Case

5.2.1 Stationary Processes

5.2.2 Nonstationary Processes

5.3 Higher-Order Processes and State-Space Models

5.3.1 Autoregressive Processes

5.3.2 Handling Initial Conditions

5.3.3 State-SpaceDescriptions

5.3.4 The Standard State-Space Model

5.3.5 Examples of Other State-Space Models

5.4 Wide-Seuse Markov Processes

5.4.1 Forwards Markovian Models

5.4.2 Backwards Markovian Models

5.4.3 Backwards Models from Forwards Models

5.4.4 Markovian Representations and the Standard Model

5.5 Complements


5.6 Some Global Formulas

6 innovations for stationary processes

6.1 Innovations via Spectral Factorization

6.1.1 Stationary Processes

6.1.2 Generating Functions and z-Spectra

6.2 Signals and Systems

6.2.1 The z-Transform

6.2.2 Linear Time-Invariant Systems

6.2.3 Causal, Anticausal, and Minimum-Phase Systems

6.3 Stationary Random Processes

6.3.1 Properties of the z-Spectrum

6.3.2 Linear Operations on Stationary Stochastic Processes

6.4 Canonical Spectral Factorization

6.5 Scalar Rational z-Spectra

6.6 Vector-Valued Stationary Processes

6.7 Complements


6.8 Continuous-Time Systems and Processes

7 wiener theory for scalar processes

7.1 Continuous-Time Wiener Smoothing

7.1.1 The GeometricFormulation

7.1.2 Solution via Fourier Transforms

7.1.3 The Minimum Mean-Square Error

7.1.4 Filtering Signals out of Noisy Measurements

7.1.5 Comparison with the Ideal Filter

7.2 The Continuous-Time Wiener-Hopf Equation

7.3 Discrete-Trine Problems

7.3.1 The Discrete-Trine Wiener Smoother

7.3.2 The Discrete-Trine Wiener-Hopf Equation

7.4 The Discrete-Trine Wiener-Hopf Technique

7.5 Causal Parts Via Partial Fractions

7.6 Important Special Cases and Examples

7.6.1 Pure Prediction

7.6.2 Additive White Noise


8 recursive wiener filtering

9 the kalman filter

10 smoothed estimators

11 fast algorithms

12 array algorithms

13 fast array algorithms

14 asymptotic behavior

15 duality and equivalence in estimation and control

16 continuous-time state-space estimation

17 a scattering theory approach

A useful matrix results

B unitary and j-unitary transformations

C some system theory concepts

D lyapunov equations

E algebraic riccati equations

F displacement structure


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