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Telecommunications and Radio Engineering

DOI: 10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v68.i16.30
pages 1423-1437

Method for Detection and Exclusion of Abnormal Values of the Sample Obtained from a Homogeneous General Population

Ivan S. Zakharov
Kursk State Technical University, Kursk, Russian Federation
A. I. Urazbachtin
Kursk State Technical University, Kursk, Russian Federation

RÉSUMÉ

The procedure for optimal detection and exclusion of abnormal observations from population of experimental data is proposed. Optimization is reached through maximization of the closeness of the homogeneous population parameter to the mean value of the censored sample.


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