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** Estimates and interpretation of parameters in the effective Hamiltonian **

Hood DC, Birch DG. Rod phototransduction in retinitis pigmentosa estimation and interpretation of parameters derived from the rod a-wave. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1994 35 2948-2961. [Pg.215]

Parameter estimation is a procedure for taking the unit measurements and reducing them to a set of parameters for a physical (or, in some cases, relational) mathematical model of the unit. Statistical interpretation tempered with engineering judgment is required to arrive at realistic parameter estimates. Parameter estimation can be an integral part of fault detection and model discrimination. [Pg.2572]

Overview Interpretation is the process for using the raw or adjusted unit measurements to troubleshoot, estimate parameters, detect faults, or develop a plant model. The interpretation of plant performance is defined as a discreet step but is often done simultaneously with the identification of hypotheses and suitable measurements and the treatment of those measurements. It is isolated here as a separate process for convenience of discussion. [Pg.2572]

Parameter Estimation Relational and physical models require adjustable parameters to match the predicted output (e.g., distillate composition, tower profiles, and reactor conversions) to the operating specifications (e.g., distillation material and energy balance) and the unit input, feed compositions, conditions, and flows. The physical-model adjustable parameters bear a loose tie to theory with the limitations discussed in previous sections. The relational models have no tie to theory or the internal equipment processes. The purpose of this interpretation procedure is to develop estimates for these parameters. It is these parameters hnked with the model that provide a mathematical representation of the unit that can be used in fault detection, control, and design. [Pg.2573]

** Estimates and interpretation of parameters in the effective Hamiltonian **

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