how to provide ANFIS training data matrices from simulink model
i am supposed to design a nonlinear estimator to estimate the stator resistance variations of an electrical motor. consequently, i m trying to use an ANFIS model to fullfill it. these Anfis model has 4 inputs and 1 output(Stator resistance) and the resistance variation gonna be applied to the simulink model of the electrical motor by a function like ramp or step. so my problem is about obtaining the training data from my controlled electrical motor simulink model. to clarify more, i have 3 problems:
1- how to get the training data matrices(vector) in the shape of ANFIS model training data matr...Best way to pass data between 2 Simulink models?
I need to pass data between 2 separate Simulink models. The "Goto" and "From" blocks seemed to be a promising option to do this; however, the documentation seems to show that these blocks only allow the passing of data *within* various subsystems of a *single* model. (Also, my attempt to use these blocks confirms this.)
Is there a way for me to pass data between 2 Simulink models? If it's relevant, I'd be passing only a few, real-valued numbers between these models, not any complicated data structures.
Thanks for your help.
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hi, hope i'm in the right place.
i have two datasets for a NN model, train, and test.
i want to preselect data from the training set before
building the NN model, therefore, i would like to know if a method
exists that would allow me to 'weight' or select rows from the train
data that 'match' with 1 or more row(s) from the test set
using the following data to illustrate;
a b c d e
1 2 3 4 5
1 3 4 5 6
2 3 5 2 5
4 5 6 7 8
in the training data
a b c d e
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How to train a Hidden Markov Model to fit(Model) a group of DNA
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> How to train a Hidden Markov Model to fit(Model) a group of DNA
> sequences ?
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>> sequenc...Re: Poor Bad Rate in Modeling Data Set
Thanks for your reply.
Yeah I am sure actually this is all the data available with us. Off
course in actually, more of non responders would be there rather then
responders but I don't have enough data for them infact that's what my
query is how to build a model on this kind of data?
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Are you ***sure*** you ...Re: modeling time series data using Generalized Linear Model in #2
I'd say that PROC MIXED PROC NLMIXED could be good procedures for use in analyzing "repeated measure" data; for example, observations of more than one event or response per subject. The fuzzy dividing line between repeated measures and time series would be related to the strength of influence and complexity of prior observations on future ones. Secular time series often have lags in responses due to trends, cycles, and seasonality. SAS/ETS programs decompose time series into components and help model complex lag structures. I'd also say that few on the 'L will ...