Lyon Spring School 2021

Invited Lecture Dynamic Network Identification

  • Prof. Paul Van den Hof, TU/e, Eindhoven

Date of the course:  8 April 2021.

Online lectures through zoom.

The program of the 4-day School is available here.

Paul Van den Hof

Background material

Closed-loop identification:

Dynamic networks:

Network identifiability analysis:

  • H.H.M. Weerts, P.M.J. Van den Hof and A.G. Dankers (2018). Identifiability of linear dynamic networks. Automatica, Vol. 89, pp. 247-258, March 2018.
  • J. M. Hendrickx, M. Gevers and A.S. Bazanella (2019). Identifiability of dynamical networks with partial node measurements. IEEE Trans. Automatic Control, Vol. 64, no. 6, pp. 2240-2253.

Network identifiability synthesis:

Algorithms for full network identification:

Single module identification:

Single module identifiability:

  • S. Shi, X. Cheng and P.M.J. Van den Hof (2020). Generic identifiability of subnetworks in a linear dynamic network: the full measurement case. ArXiv: 2008.01495. Under review.
  • S. Shi, X. Cheng and P.M.J. Van den Hof (2020). Single module identifiability in linear dynamic networks with partial excitation and measurement. ArXiv: 2012.11414. Under review.

Relation with diffusively coupled physical networks: