Hammerstein and Wiener models are nonlinear representations of systems composed
by the coupling of a static nonlinearity N and a linear system L in the form N-L and L-N
respectively. These models can represent real processes which made them popular in the last decades. The problem of identifying the static nonlinearity and linear system is not a trivial task, and has attracted a lot of research interest. It has been studied in the available literature either for Hammerstein or Wiener systems, and either in a discrete-time or continuous-time setting. The objective of this paper is to present a uni ed framework for the identification of
these systems that is valid for SISO and MIMO systems, discrete and continuous-time setting, and with the only a priori knowledge that the system is either Wiener or Hammerstein.
CitacióIkhouane, F.; Giri, F. A unified approach for the identification of SISO/MIMO Wiener and Hammerstein systems. A: IFAC Symposium on System Identification. "IFAC. 16th Symposium on System Identification". Brusel.les: 2012, p. 2-6.