Sequential methods in parameter estimation

@inproceedings{Beck2003SequentialMI,
  title={Sequential methods in parameter estimation},
  author={James V. Beck},
  year={2003}
}
Introduction Parameter vs. function estimation Common research paradigms in heat transfer Sequential estimation over experiments for linear problems Sequential over time Starting values Example 1.1 Solution Example 1.2 Solution Example 1.3 Solution Ill-posed problems: Tikhonov regularization Example 1.4 Solution Example 1.5 Solution Further comments on ill-posed problems Matrix form of Taylor series expansion Gauss method of minimization for nonlinear estimation problems Derivation Sensitivity… 
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