Tuckova, Michaela; Jaroslav, Burian
June 2013
Proceedings of the International Multidisciplinary Scientific Ge;2013, p543
Conference Proceeding
The main goal of this article is to determine the regression model for the water flow problem and to find estimators of all included parameters. The problem of the water flow modeling could be described by the nonlinear function. This is the reason, why the theory of nonlinear regression models could be used in order to find the solution. Numerical studies will prove the suitability of designed models.


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