Methods of simplifying mathematical measurement models by means of nontraditional finite-field theory
Mathematical principles are considered for promising technologies for model support to measurements related to the use of finite-field theory. It is shown to be possible to construct measurement models and process measurement data in ways that most closely reflect the essence and specific features of certain experiments in testing complicated techniques.
Key wordsmathematical measurement model finite-field theory processing measurement data
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