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es·ti·ma·tion

(es'tĭ-mā-shŭn),
Any nontrivial statistical procedure that assigns to an unknown quantity (parameter) a plausible value on the basis of appropriate and pertinent data collected in a proper random sample.
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Since wireless communication is of vital importance in the present communication industry, therefore SNR estimation is a widely researched area.
In Cape Town, when children and juveniles are referred to medical practitioners for an age estimation, these assessments are usually done by clinical forensic practitioners, and consist of a physical examination and completion of a set form: Form 7--Medical report and age assessment of child in terms of section 48(2) of the Children's Act, 2005 (Act no.
Single agent online parameter estimation may not be reliable enough for critical problems of collision avoidance control, particularly in circumstances that measurement's noise is unavoidable, and sensor malfunction is probable.
However, many better tools are available to measure the stature from different body parts or bones but this study provides an additional tool of stature estimation particularly in absence of other measures.
In the Australian Curriculum (Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority, 2014), the general capabilities requirements also assert that estimation is important for students to live and work successfully in the 21st century.
3 percentage points compared to the previous estimation.
Estimation procedures and models are accessible to rearrange this action yet the pervasiveness of expense and timetable overwhelms on IS improvement ventures shows that precise estimation remains to some degree slippery.
To do so pe AOCS must implement suitable algoripms for attitude and orbit estimation wip attitude control.
The interval between clinical and ultrasound estimation of fetal weight in-utero and delivery of the babies was within 72 hrs.
Geostatistical estimation of porosity data consists of two stages: the first stage deals with identification and modeling of spatial structure of data of under examination porosity data.
In OFDM systems, channel estimation is necessary to obtain the channel state information (CSI), reducing the bit error rate and also to achieve a distortion less output data.