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Identification based on a small number of observations using the criterion of relative consistency of estimates

A.V. Gavrilov 1, V.A. Soifer 1, 2, V.A. Fursov 1, 2
1Samara State Aerospace University (SSAU)
2Image Processing Systems Institute of RAS

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Pages: 138-141.

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The paper considers the problem of parametric identification by a small number of observations. An approach is being developed based on the so-called principle of consistency of estimates. The idea is to search the observations for a more noise-free subset. The so-called criterion of relative consistency is studied, which allows toform these subsets without the a priori information.

small number of observations, so-called principle, noise-free subset, a priori information.

Gavrilov AV, Soifer VA, Fursov VA. Identification based on a small number of observations using the criterion of relative consistency of estimates. Computer Optics 2005; 27: 138-141.

This work was carried out as part of the Russian-American program “Basic Research and Higher Education”, with the support of the Russian Federal Property Fund (grants No. 03-01-00109 and 04-07-90149) and a grant from the President of the Russian Federation No. НШ-1007.2003.01.


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