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Synchronized-Swept-Sine method is a nonlinear system identification method based on “nonlinear convolution” presented by Angelo Farina in AES 108th convention in Paris in 2000. The method can analyze a nonlinear system in the terms of higher order impulse responses using a single swept sine signal with user-defined frequencies and duration. The synchronization of the swept sine, described in , allows the phase synchronization of the higher order impulse responses. The higher order impulse responses can be next used, in several ways, to nonlinear modeling…
A. Novak, P. Lotton & L. Simon (2015), “Synchronized Swept-Sine: Theory, Application, and Implementation”, Journal of the Audio Engineering Society. Vol. 63(10), pp. 786-798.