Gaussian system

Gaussian system

[¦gau̇·sē·ən ‚sis·təm]
(electromagnetism)
A combination of the electrostatic and electromagnetic systems of units (esu and emu), in which electrostatic quantities are expressed in esu and magnetic and electromagnetic quantities in emu, with appropriate use of the conversion constant c (the speed of light) between the two systems. Also known as Gaussian units.
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However, a linear Gaussian system was simulated and the PF can, in contrast to KF, employ much broader area of models and probability distributions.
KF is one of the most common implementation of BF and is intended for smoothing, filtering and prediction in linear Gaussian systems.
More specific topics include vectors and operators, composite systems and entanglement, the classical-quantum channel, quantum entropy and information quantities, the transmission of quantum information, and Gaussian systems.