By Yasumichi Hasegawa
This monograph bargains with approximation and noise cancellation of dynamical structures which come with linear and nonlinear input/output relationships. It additionally take care of approximation and noise cancellation of 2 dimensional arrays. it will likely be of particular curiosity to researchers, engineers and graduate scholars who've really good in filtering thought and approach concept and electronic photographs. This monograph consists of 2 components. half I and half II will take care of approximation and noise cancellation of dynamical structures or electronic pictures respectively. From noiseless or noisy information, aid might be made. a mode which reduces version details or noise was once proposed within the reference vol. 376 in LNCIS [Hasegawa, 2008]. utilizing this technique will let version description to be taken care of as noise relief or version aid with no need to trouble, for instance, with fixing many partial differential equations. This monograph will suggest a brand new and straightforward process which produces an analogous effects because the technique taken care of within the reference. As facts of its beneficial impact, this monograph presents a brand new legislations within the feel of numerical experiments. the hot and straightforward approach is carried out utilizing the algebraic calculations with no fixing partial differential equations. For our objective, many real examples of version details and noise aid may also be provided.
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0 0 · · · AT 0 0 · · · BT [ˆ xT1 , x ˆT2 , · · · , x ˆTs ]T , x ¯ := [¯ xT1 , x ¯T2 , · · · , x ¯Ts ]T and B T = [1, · · · , 1, 0, · · · , 0]. Let a scalar function f (¯ x, λ1 , λ2 ) be f (¯ x, λ1 , λ2 ) = x ¯ x ¯ + λT1 S1 [x − x ¯] + λT2 S2 [x − x ¯] + [x − x ¯]T S1T λ1 + [x − x ¯]T S2T λ2 for a Lagrange multiplier vector λ1 , λ2 ∈ K qs×1 . Let the small increment f (¯ x + δ¯ x, λ1 + δλ1 , λ2 + δλ2 ) from f (¯ x, λ1 , λ2 ) be f (¯ x + δ¯ x, λ1 + δλ1 , λ2 + δλ2 ) = [¯ x + δ¯ x] [¯ x + δ¯ x] + [λT1 + δλT1 ]S1 [x − x ¯ − δ¯ x] + [λT2 +δλT2 ]S2 [x−¯ x −δ¯ x]+[x−¯ x−δ¯ x]T S1T [λ1 +δλ1 ]+[x−¯ x−δ¯ x]T S2T [λ2 +δλ2 ].
6], g1 = [1, 0, 0]T . 81 30 3 Algebraically Approximate and Noisy Realization of Linear Systems Fig. 2 ⎦ , h2 = [15, 7, −10, 1]. 1 In this case, the system σ2 completely represents the original system. We can show that the algorithm for approximate realization given by the analytic CLS method in the reference [Hasegawa, 2008] produces the same systems as the above ones in the sense of the numerical calculation. For reference, in the following table, we list the mean values of the sum of the square for the original signal, the obtained signal and the error to signal ratio.
For reference, in the following, we list the mean values of the sum of the square for the original signal, the obtained signal and the error to signal ratio. This table indicates that the 3-dimensional linear system reconstructs the original signal with a 4 % error to signal ratio, and the 4-dimensional linear system completely reconstructs the original system. The following table and Fig. 3 indicate that the 3-dimensional linear system is a somewhat good approximation to the original 4-dimensional linear system.
Algebraically Approximate and Noisy Realization of Discrete-Time Systems and Digital Images by Yasumichi Hasegawa