The NNSYSID toolbox - a MATLAB toolbox for system identification with neural networks. The NNSYSID toolset for System Identification has been developed as an add on to MATLAB®. The NNSYSID toolbox has been designed to assist identification of nonlinear dynamic systems. It contains a number of nonlinear model structures based on neural networks, effective training algorithms and tools for model validation and model structure selection. This paper gives an overview of the design of NNSYSID and demonstrates its features in an example.
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