Parallel Wiener-Hammerstein Time Series
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A Parallel Wiener-Hammerstein system is a nonlinear dynamical system obtained by connecting multiple Wiener-Hammerstein systems in parallel. Each parallel branch contains a static nonlinearity that is sandwiched in between two linear time-invariant (LTI) blocks. The presence of the two LTI blocks, and the parallel branches results in a problem that is harder to identify. The LTI blocks are realized as active filters while the static nonlinearity is implemented as a diode-resistor electronic circuit.
The provided data was part of a previously published Automatica paper available online at Sciencedirect or as an ArXiv preprint. The Parallel Wiener-Hammerstein system, the measurement setup, and the input signals used are detailed in Section 10 of the aforementioned paper.
This zip-file contains multiple measured input-output time series: a multisine estimation/validation data set, and a multisine and increasing-amplitude test data set. The data is available in the .csv and .mat file format.