Space-Filling Subset Selection for an Electric Battery Model

12/07/2020
by   Philipp Gesner, et al.
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Dynamic models of the battery performance are an essential tool throughout the development process of automotive drive trains. The present study introduces a method making a large data set suitable for modeling the electrical impedance. When obtaining data-driven models, a usual assumption is that more observations produce better models. However, real driving data on the battery's behavior represent a strongly non-uniform excitation of the system, which negatively affects the modeling. For that reason, a subset selection of the available data was developed. It aims at building accurate nonlinear autoregressive exogenous (NARX) models more efficiently. The algorithm selects those dynamic data points that fill the input space of the nonlinear model more homogeneously. It is shown, that this reduction of the training data leads to a higher model quality in comparison to a random subset and a faster training compared to modeling using all data points.

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