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Performance optimization via sequential processing for nonlinear state estimation of noisy systems (01a Articolo in rivista)

Battilotti Stefano

We propose a framework for designing observers for noisy nonlinear systems with global convergence properties and performing robustness and noise sensitivity. This framework comes out from the combination of a state norm estimator with a chain of filters, adaptively tuned by the state norm estimator. The state estimate is sequentially processed through the chain of filters. Each filter contributes to improve by a certain amount the estimation error performances of the previous filter in terms of noise sensitivity and this amount is quantitatively evaluated using a comparison criterion which considers the ratio of the asymptotic error norm bounds of two consecutive filters in the chain. A recursive algorithm is given for implementing the chain of filters and guaranteeing a sequential error performance optimization process. Simulations show the effectiveness of these chains of filters
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