An approach is proposed that permits obtaining an effective algorithm for solving questions of planning an experiment without involving analysis of the object sensitivity function.
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Romanovskii, M.R. Planning an experiment for mathematical model identification. Journal of Engineering Physics 58, 800–807 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00872738
- Mathematical Model
- Statistical Physic
- Model Identification
- Sensitivity Function
- Effective Algorithm