On the Identification of Systems and the Unscrambling of Data: Some Problems Suggested by Neurophysiology.

by Richard Ernest Bellman, Brian Gluss, R. Roth


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A consideration of the general problem of determining the structure of a partially known system, subject to partially known inputs and with partially observable outputs. The authors apply a combination of dynamic programming and quasilinearization. (See also RM-4285, RM-4332.) 13 pp. Bibliog.

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