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Table of Contents
                            Product Overview
	System Identification Toolbox Product Description
		Key Features
	System Identification Overview
		What Is System Identification?
		About Dynamic Systems and Models
		System Identification Requires Measured Data
		Building Models from Data
		Black-Box Modeling
		Grey-Box Modeling
		Evaluating Model Quality
		Learn More
	Related Products
Using This Product
	When to Use the App vs. the Command Line
	System Identification Workflow
	Commands for Model Estimation
Linear Model Identification
	Identify Linear Models Using System Identification App
		Preparing Data for System Identification
		Saving the Session
		Estimating Linear Models Using Quick Start
		Estimating Linear Models
		Viewing Model Parameters
		Exporting the Model to the MATLAB Workspace
		Exporting the Model to the Linear System Analyzer
	Identify Linear Models Using the Command Line
		Preparing Data
		Estimating Impulse Response Models
		Estimating Delays in the Multiple-Input System
		Estimating Model Orders Using an ARX Model Structure
		Estimating Transfer Functions
		Estimating Process Models
		Estimating Black-Box Polynomial Models
		Simulating and Predicting Model Output
	Identify Low-Order Transfer Functions (Process Models) Using System Identification App
		What Is a Continuous-Time Process Model?
		Preparing Data for System Identification
		Estimating a Second-Order Transfer Function (Process Model) with Complex Poles
		Estimating a Process Model with a Noise Component
		Viewing Model Parameters
		Exporting the Model to the MATLAB Workspace
		Simulating a System Identification Toolbox Model in Simulink Software
	Estimating Models Using Frequency-Domain Data
		Advantages of Using Frequency-Domain Data
		Representing Frequency-Domain Data in the Toolbox
		Preprocessing Frequency-Domain Data for Model Estimation
		Estimating Linear Parametric Models
		Validating Estimated Model
		Next Steps After Identifying a Model
Nonlinear Model Identification
	Identify Nonlinear Black-Box Models Using System Identification App
		What Are Nonlinear Black-Box Models?
		Preparing Data
		Estimating Nonlinear ARX Models
		Estimating Hammerstein-Wiener Models
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