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T. A. Doerr has written: 'Linear weighted least-squares estimation' -- subject(s): Least squares, Kalman filtering Full Answer

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the residual. Full Answer

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Yes, it does exist. Full Answer

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IUrii Vladimirovich Linnik has written: 'Method of least squares and principles of the theory of observations' -- subject(s): Least squares, Mathematical statistics Full Answer

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M. M Hafez has written: 'A modified least squares formulation for a system of first-order equations' -- subject(s): Least squares Full Answer

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Phillip R. Wilcox has written: 'A least squares method for the reduction of free-oscillation data' -- subject(s): Least squares, Oscillations Full Answer

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R. L. Schwiesow has written: 'Nonlinear least squares fitting on a minicomputer' -- subject(s): Minicomputers, Least squares, Computer programs Full Answer

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George E. Morduch has written: 'The incomplete inverse and its applications to the linear least squares problem' -- subject(s): Least squares, Matrix inversion Full Answer

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R. J. Clasen has written: 'The fitting of data by least squares to non-linearly parameterized functions' -- subject(s): Curve fitting, Least squares Full Answer

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Robert Stanley Ottinger has written: 'Application of the least squares criterion to the determination of molecular compliance constants' -- subject(s): Mathematical models, Least squares, Molecular dynamics Full Answer

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least mean squares line Full Answer

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A prism. Full Answer

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It is often called the "Least Squares" line. Full Answer

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Triangles, Circles, Squares, and a heart. Full Answer

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Reino Antero Hirvonen has written: 'Matemaattinen geodesia' -- subject(s): Mathematics, Geodesy 'Adjustment by least squares in geodesy and photogrammetry' -- subject(s): Photogrammetry, Least squares, Geodesy Full Answer

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George Cary Comstock has written: 'A text-book of field astronomy for engineers' -- subject(s): Spherical astronomy 'An elementary treatise upon the method of least squares' -- subject(s): Least squares Full Answer

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AliReza Amiri-Simkooei has written: 'Least-squares variance component estimation' -- subject(s): Data processing, Dataprocessing, GPS, Global Positioning System, Kleinste-kwadratenmethode, Least squares Full Answer

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The numbers to the side and top indicate how many black squares there are in the row. Each number has at least one white space in between it and the next number. For instance, if the numbers are 3, 5… Full Answer

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David J. Weinschrott has written: 'Polytomous logit estimation by weighted least squares' -- subject(s): Least squares, Logits 'Demand for higher education in the United States' -- subject(s): Higher Education Full Answer

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It must have six squares, each of which is adjacent to at least one other square. If the squares can be shaded or left unshaded so that the two squares along any join are different then the net is that… Full Answer

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There must be at least two rectangles (to justify the name). The remaining sides can be: 4 squares 2 squares and 2 rectangles 2 squares and 2 rhombi 2 rectangles and 2 parallelograms 4 parallelograms Full Answer

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No, it is not resistant. It can be pulled toward influential points. Full Answer

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17 (calculated via least squares) Full Answer

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