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Consideration has been given to the general notion of technical monitoring as a generic procedure in devising a conceptual framework for ongoing function monitoring that enables its investigation to be undertaken in a language embodying rigorous terminology. The fundamental principles of technical monitoring that underlie its variants have been identified. It has been hypothesized and verified that an adequate representation of ongoing function monitoring can be obtained by numerical monitoring of a quantity that is a modification of the time at which the function in question attains a norm bound. This made it possible to construct a probabilistic mathematical model of ongoing monitoring, reducing the problem of investigating it to the scheme already worked out for investigating numerical monitoring.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Mathematical Model Fundamental Principle Conceptual Framework
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