System Identification Toolbox

Contact Details

Prof. Brett Ninness

Email

Phone

(02) 4921 6032
+61 2 4921 6032 (intl)

Fax

(02) 4921 6993

Office

Callaghan Campus
Building EA: EA-G29

Post

Prof. Brett Ninness

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

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Funding

Australian Research Council

ARC Discovery Project
DP0666955
2006-2008
Value: $336,000

Australian Research Council

ARC Discovery Project
DP0208665
2002-2005
Value: $360,000
This toolbox is a MATLAB-based software package for the estimation of dynamic systems.

A wide range of standard estimation approaches are supported. These include the use of non-parametric, subspace-based and prediction-error algorithms coupled (in the latter case) with either MIMO state space or MISO polynomial model structures.

Additionally, some new approaches are included. These include the support for bilinear and other Hammerstein-Wiener non-linear structures, and the use of the expectation-maximisation (EM) algorithm for time and frequency domain estimation of state space structures.
Contents

Version 3.0 released!

UNIT Version 3.0 Splash

Features

  • Includes a new Graphical User Interface;
  • Support for both time-domain and frequency-domain data;
  • Support for linear models in both transfer function and state-space form;
  • Support for Hammerstein-Wiener nonlinear models;
  • Support for Bilinear state-space models;
  • Support for Grey-box state-space models (MIMO, discrete-time data);
  • Support for arbitrary sampling points in continuous-time state-space model estimation (MIMO) using integrated sampling;

Version

  • Latest version is 3.0: August 2009;
  • Free for non-commercial use;
  • MATLAB based;

    Download

    This toolbox runs with Matlab under Linux, Mac OS X, and MS Windows and has been tested using Matlab versions R2008a - R2009a. It is free for non-commercial use.

    → Available here: Download

    News

    • 2009-08-17:Version 3.0 of toolbox released.
    • 2007-05-06:Version 2.0 of toolbox released.
    • 2005-08-25:Version 1.0 of toolbox released.
    • 2005-08-11:Website launched.



  • Maintained by Prof. Brett Ninness
    University of Newcastle
    30 May 2010, © Copyright