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" ... all computations made concerning concrete phenomena must be to approximate, as nearly as practicable, to the truth. But this can be accomplished in no other way than by a suitable combination of more observations than the number absolutely requisite... "
Theory of the Motion of the Heavenly Bodies MOving About the Sun in Conic ... - Page 249
by Charles Henry Davis - 1857
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Atmospheric Data Analysis

Roger Daley - Science - 1993 - 457 pages
...the same must be true of all calculations resting upon them, and the highest aim of all computation made concerning concrete phenomena must be to approximate,...knowledge of the orbit has been already attained, which is afterward to be corrected so as to satisfy all of the observations in the most accurate manner possibly....
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Dynamic Data Assimilation: A Least Squares Approach, Volume 13

John M. Lewis, S. Lakshmivarahan, Sudarshan Dhall - Mathematics - 2006 - 654 pages
...approximate, as nearly as practicable, to the truth. But this can be accomplished in no other way than by suitable combination of more observations than the...unknown quantities. This problem can only be properly understood when an approximate knowledge of the orbit has been already attained, which is afterwards...
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