We propose a methodology for the identification of nonlinear state–space models from input/output data using machine-learning techniques based on autoencoders and neural networks. Our framework simultaneously identifies the nonlinear output and state-update maps of the model. After formulating the approach and providing guidelines for tuning the related hyper-parameters (including the model order), we show its capability in fitting nonlinear models on different nonlinear system identification benchmarks. Performance is assessed in terms of open-loop prediction on test data and of controlling the system via nonlinear model predictive control (MPC) based on the identified nonlinear state–space model.

Learning nonlinear state–space models using autoencoders

Masti D.;Bemporad A.
2021

Abstract

We propose a methodology for the identification of nonlinear state–space models from input/output data using machine-learning techniques based on autoencoders and neural networks. Our framework simultaneously identifies the nonlinear output and state-update maps of the model. After formulating the approach and providing guidelines for tuning the related hyper-parameters (including the model order), we show its capability in fitting nonlinear models on different nonlinear system identification benchmarks. Performance is assessed in terms of open-loop prediction on test data and of controlling the system via nonlinear model predictive control (MPC) based on the identified nonlinear state–space model.
Identification for control
Identification methods
Model fitting
Neural networks
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