Measurement Error in Nonlinear Models: A Modern Perspective About the Book This book follows up on the authors' 1995 text on measurement error, but it is completely rewritten to have an emphasis on modern developments in the field. The new book has many more data examples and incorporates of vast new literature written since 1995. In particular, the book contains a large number of epidemiological examples. The authors have already successfully accomplished this task in the first edition of this book. His research activities include nonlinear systems, state observers, observer-based control, time-delay systems, robust control, and application to real-world models. Every chapter concludes with bibliographic notes. The text concentrates on the general ideas and strategies of estimation and inference rather than being concerned with a specific problem.
Rogers Translator , Minor L. The application of the method to slip angle estimation in automotive applications is discussed and experimental results are presented. Illustrative examples are given to show the effectiveness of the proposed methodology. Currently, he is a faculty member of Mechanical Engineering at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand. His research interests are in the areas of process control, diesel engines, fault diagnosis, state estimation, fault detection and isolation, fault tolerant control. The second edition is an extensively revised, enlarged, and improved version of this earlier edition. This book is a must for all who want to start working in this area.
Wherever possible, the authors have given an account of the available software …. Communities: Research Policy and Praxis 1999, 494s ffe64e9f51fbecd2bf52ff3c4df159b1. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 2009, Springer 291s fee3603a9d46ef8caf227b0c6f5dc0fb. The end result is an up-to-date rigorous treatment of the general ideas and methods of estimation and inference in difficult problems involving nonlinear measurement error models. These two types of models form the basis of the second and third parts … with the final part devoted to more specialized material including generalized linear structure with an unknown link function, hypothesis testing, and nonparametric regression. In fact, quite the opposite has occurred.
Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 2010, Springer 250s fe61bb24e92dfe2682b508c71efb2b58. The early chapters set the scene with a clear description of the problem through many examples, a discussion of the different types of error, and the distinction between functional and structural models. He is now a professor at the Institut Universitaire de Technologie Longwy, Université de Lorraine. Currently, He is working as a Research Engineer at Flanders Make in Belgium for supporting Flanders Industrial automotive and machine companies. Hugues Rafaralahy received the M. As a result, Measurement Error in Nonlinear Models: A Modern Perspective, Second Edition has been revamped and extensively updated to offer the most comprehensive and up-to-date survey of measurement error models currently available. The analysis of nonlinear regression models includes generalized linear models, transform-both-sides models and quasilikelihood and variance function problems.
The updated coverage of techniques and methodologies and the updated bibliography are of great help to those working on the theoretical and applied aspects of the nonlinear measurement error models. This paper was recommended for publication in revised form by Associate Editor Denis Arzelier under the direction of Editor Richard Middleton. His active research interests include sensors and estimation systems for automotive and biomedical applications. Gridsada Phanomchoeng received the B. Rajesh Rajamani obtained his M.
An outline of strategies for handling progressively more difficult problems is also provided. He has co-authored over 120 journal papers and is a co-inventor on 13 patent applications. Computer Science and General Issues 2010, Springer 1245s fe18a51048c653fe61ca2996a2be8502. Boulaïd Boulkroune received the M. Measurement error occurs in many fields, such as biometry, epidemiology and economics. The derivations of the results are presented separately in an appendix.
Also, he was a postdoctoral researcher in his mechanical engineering laboratory at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities in 2012. The text describes a variety of approaches to handling such data and illustrates the models and methods with numerous examples. Most of the topics are accompanied by illustrated examples, which make understanding of the topics easy. This monograph provides an up-to-date discussion of analysis strategies for regression problems in which predictor variables are measured with errors. The book will replace the 1995 text as the authoritative review of measurement error and uncertainties in exposures.
Hall, University of Georgia, in Journal of the American Statistical Association, March 2008, Vol. Several recent results in the literature are shown to be particular cases of the more general observer design methodology developed in this paper. The developed technique applies to both locally Lipschitz as well as monotonic nonlinear systems, and allows for nonlinear functions in both the process dynamics and output equations. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 2009, Springer 167s fffbffbc3521189a33540c3cffb4d732. .