The optimal Kalman filter application allows the problem of

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The optimal Kalman filter application allows the problem of **state vector** recovery from noisy measurements Y(t) to be solved in real time, providing an estimation of minimum mean square error of the state variables [x.

2) Two tunable coefficients for each **state vector**, with values ranging from 0 to 1, allow a clinician to further tailor the output signals while fitting the prosthetic limb.

Therefore, a terminal will be represented as homogenous Markov chain with the following matrix of transitional probabilities: [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1) and initial **state vector** [P.

N]) that stands for a **state vector** of all N observations.

0] comprises all possible values of the beginning **state vector** [x.

Let [psi] be a **state vector** such that [psi] = 1/[square root of (2)] ([[psi].

In this theory, observable photons or particles are created from the mutual collapse of "retarded" **State Vector** (SV) "Offer" Waves (OW) that propagate forward in time and "advanced" (complex conjugate) SV "Confirmation" Waves (CW) that propagate backward in time.

The lengthy introduction from the editors (George Mason University) develops recursive Bayesian bounds for the **state vector** of a nonlinear stochastic dynamic system.