Implementation of Integral Explicit Macromodels by Means of Quick-Acting Algorithms
A class of mathematical models of dynamic objects in the integral macromodels form, built on the «input-output» principle is considered. The possibility of reducing errors and increasing speed of the modeling process using quadrature formulas based on integral macromodels in the Volterra operators form (Volterra-Hammerstein) is investigated. The constructive algorithms of numerical modeling procedures are proposed using the method of dividing kernels.
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