Nonlinear System Theory: The Volterra/Wiener Approach
by Wilson J. Rugh
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press 1981
Number of pages: 338
Contents: Input/Output Representations in the Time Domain; Input/Output Representations in the Transform Domain; Obtaining Input/Output Representations from Differential-Equation Descriptions; Realization Theory; Response Characteristics of Stationary Systems; Discrete-Time Systems; Identification.
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