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On the Identification Problem

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The identification problem involves the determination of the identity of a black box from the observation of its responses to a set of input signals. In this paper attention is focused on the identification of zero-memory multipoles and two-poles of class n_1 . The test signals are sine waves of different amplitudes and frequencies, and the measured quanity is the describing function of the device. In the case of two-poles of class n_1 , it is found that the describing function is related to the characteristic function by an integral equation of second order which can be solved explicitly by the use of the Fourier-Hankel transformation.

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Circuit Theory, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 4 )