The accuracy of modeling of Gaussian stochastic process in some Orlicz spaces
AbstractThe main purpose of this study is the construction of a model of a Gaussian stochastic process with given reliability and accuracy in some Orlicz spaces. In the paper, a suitable model is presented, conditions for the model parameters are derived, and some examples of their calculations are given.
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