bias compensation

bias compensation

[′bī·əs ‚käm·pən‚sā·shən]
(engineering acoustics)
The application of an outward-directed tension to the pickup arm of a record player to counteract the tendency of the arm to slide toward the center.
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Hanley, "Bias compensation in rational functions for Ikonos satellite imagery," Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, vol.
For decades, many identification methods have been developed [16-20], for example, the bias compensation based least-squares methods [21-23] and the iterative identification methods [24-26].
Cui, "Bias compensation methods for stochastic systems with colored noise," Applied Mathematical Modelling, vol.
Zhang, "Unbiased identification of a class of multi-input single-output systems with correlated disturbances using bias compensation methods," Mathematical and Computer Modelling, vol.
CEOs can also bias compensation in their favor by better protecting themselves from some of the risks implicit in the relation between compensation and performance.
The proposed method for Wiener nonlinear systems can combine the auxiliary model identification idea [33-37], the multi-innovation identification theory [38-44], the bias compensation methods [45-48], and the maximum likelihood principle [49-52] to study identification problems of linear or nonlinear systems with colored noise and Hammerstein nonlinear systems [53-59].
Qiu, "Bias compensation based recursive least squares identification algorithm for MISO systems," IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, vol.