**Nonlinear Parameter Estimation: An Integrated System in Basic**

by John C. Nash

**Publisher**: Marcel Dekker Inc 1995**ISBN/ASIN**: 0824778197**Number of pages**: 493

**Description**:

This book and software collection is intended to help scientists, engineers and statisticians in their work. We have collected various software tools for nonlinear parameter estimation, along with representative example problems, and provided sufficient "glue" in the form of procedures, documentation, and auxiliary program code to allow for relatively easy use of the software system for nonlinear parameter estimation.

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