On the construction of a mathematical theory of the identification of systems
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A brief discussion of some of the mathematical techniques used in formulating a theory for system identification. Particular attention is given to the question of how far this domain can be penetrated with relatively simple analytic techniques tailored to the use of a contemporary digital computer. 18 pp. Refs.
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