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MODIFIED WIENER–HOPF EQUATION IN IDENTIFICATION PROBLEMS


DOI: 110.5937/jaes16-14637
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Volume 16 article 569 pages: 592 - 598

Valeriy Nikolaevich Afanasyev
Institute of Electronics and Mathematics, Moscow, Russian Federation

Dmitry Vitalievich Titov
Southwest State University, Kursk, Russian Federation

The method of adaptive filtration in the tasks of fl ow settings of cosmic radiation recovery by the measured data for the use in cosmic transport systems with a long life cycle was shown in the article. Optimization mathematical model and algorithm of non-stationary control systems, in which the measurement is made against the background of the noise, are described. Parametric optimization algorithms are done by the use of modified Wiener-Hopf equation and function of sensitivity.

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