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gunter.berton at gene.com
Tue Mar 20 18:14:01 CET 2012
> Well, the delta method springs to mind, but it really depends on how and where noise is being injected into the system. All we have been told is that the estimates are obtained as a solution to a nonlinear equation, and that can mean many things. Presumably there are some observations somewhere, with a distribution, etc.
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