The development of mathematics since the 1950s has gone through many radical changes both in scope and in depth. Practical applications are being found for an increasing number of theoretical results and practical problems have also stimulated the development of theory. In the case of stochastic filtering, it is not clear whether this first arose as an application found for general theory, or as the solution of a practical problem.
KeywordsObservation Process Innovation Approach Continuous Time Process Discrete Time Process Sequential Monte Carlo Method
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