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Topic: non-linear least squares method
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Armindo

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non-linear least squares method
Posted: Feb 28, 2014 8:00 PM
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Hi

I hope that someone can help me on this. Any help would be apreciated.

I need to use the equation below as a model function, to estimated
ka and ks by the non-linear least squares method.

k = (ka*ks*f )/ (ka + ks*f)

% some measured values that I have are
H = [100, 200,250,300, 320]

kind regards,
Armindo



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