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regression model; nonlinear hypothesis; linearization
In weakly nonlinear regression model a weakly nonlinear hypothesis can be tested by linear methods if an information on actual values of model parameters is at our disposal and some condition is satisfied. In other words we must know that unknown parameters are with sufficiently high probability in so called linearization region. The aim of the paper is to determine this region.
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