Adverse effects of deterministic disturbances in linear identification are pointed out. The deterministic disturbance rejector (DDR) is introduced to remove such effects in discrete-time series-parallel and parallel identification schemes for single-input, single-output systems. The method works for a class of disturbances such as a constant disturbance that can be regarded as the outputs of free systems with known dynamics.

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