Features of solving identification problems in transport technologies

  • 1 Cherkasy State Technological University, Cherkasy, Ukraine


The peculiarities of carrying out the basic methods of solving the problems of identification, which have become widespread in transport technologies, are considered. Three approaches were tested: a deterministic approach based on the method of selected points, a statistical approach that includes the least-squares method, and – an inductive approach – a method of group accounting of arguments. A number of experiments have been conducted, which is based on structural optimization of the model. In the process of analysis of the obtained models, a rational model of setting and solving identification problems in transport technologies of optimal complexity was obtained. This systematic flow diagram can be successfully applied to solve complex analytical tasks.



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