Adaptive Infinite Impulse Response System Identification Using Elitist Teaching-Learning- Based Optimization Algorithm

Authors: Y. Ramalakshmanna, Dr P. Shanmugaraja, Dr P.V. Rama Raju, Dr T.V. Hymalakshmi

Abstract: Infinite Impulse Response (IIR) systems identification is complicated by traditional learning approaches. When reduced-order adaptive models are utilised for such identification, the performance suffers dramatically. The IIR system is identified as an optimization issue in this study. For system identification challenges, a novel population-based technique known as Elitist teacher learner-based optimization (ETLBO) is used to calculate the best coefficients of unknown infinite impulse response (IIR) systems. The MSE function is minimised and the optimal coefficients of an unknown IIR system are found in the system identification problem. The MSE is the difference between an adaptive IIR system's outputs and an unknown IIR system's outputs. For the unknown system coefficients of the same order and decreased order cases, exhaustive simulations have been performed. In terms of mean square error, convergence speed, and coefficient estimation, the results of actual and reduced-order identification for the standard system using the novel method outperform state-of-the-art techniques. For approximating the same-order and reduced-order IIR systems, four benchmark functions are examined utilizing GA, PSO, CSO, and BA. To demonstrate the improvements, the approach is evaluated on three conventional IIR systems of 2nd, 3rd, and 4th order models. On the basis of computing the mean square error (MSE) and fitness function, the suggested ETLBO approach for system identification is proven to be the best among others. Furthermore, it is confirmed that the suggested ETLBO method outperforms some of the other known system identification strategies. Finally, the efficiency of the dynamic nature of the control parameters of DE, TLBO, and BA in finding near parameter values of unknown systems is demonstrated through comparison data. The simulation results show that the suggested system identification approach outperforms the current methods for system identification.

Pages: 1-17

DOI: 10.46300/9106.2023.17.1

International Journal of Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing, E-ISSN: 1998-4464, Volume 17, 2023, Art. #1