Experimental Study of Stochastic Processes, Determining Their Characteristics and Conducting Real Experiments on the Operated Bridge

Ulkar E Sattarova

Abstract


The paper describes the process of actual experiment for practical confirmation of the effectiveness of new technologies. New software is proposed for investigating a real stochastic process. Technology and software are designed for fast calculation, analysis of adequate estimates of statistical characteristics, confirming the effectiveness of suggested technology, with high accuracy.


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