Measurement Techniques

, Volume 38, Issue 6, pp 614–616 | Cite as

Application of the method of maximal compactness for forecasting changes in metrological characteristics of standards

  • V. A. Posobilo
General Topics in Metrology and Measurement Technology


By means of the method of maximal compactness, the problem of structural and parametric identification of autoregressive drift-models of metrological characteristics of working standards is solved.


Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Parametric Identification Maximal Compactness Metrological Characteristic 
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