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Thesis Quarter Car Model

Thesis Quarter Car Model

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Several tests were run while trying to optimize the balance between fast

convergence and stability. It was found that tuning the step sizes of both FIR models

while running was an excellent way to achieve this. The step sizes were set relatively

high during the early part of convergence. Later on the step size was reduced to help fine

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tune the weights. This offered a great balance between quick convergence and nice

results. The sizes of the FIR filters were also altered and tested several times to get the

best results. Ultimately, the model size was set at 700 coefficients. The step size for

each adaptive filter started at around 0.2 and then was fine tuned down to around 0.05.

Figure 6-12 and Figure 6-13 contain plots of the quarter-car accelerations and the

error associated with how well the FIR models identified the plant.

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