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Basically I'd do something like: $$ \frac{ {\sigma}_{2}^{2} }{ {\sigma}_{1}^{2} + {\sigma}_{2}^{2}} {r}_{1} + \frac{ {\sigma}_{1}^{2} }{ {\sigma}_{1}^{2} + {\sigma}_{2}^{2}} {r}_{2} $$ This is the optimal weighing given knowledge of the Variance only (Well, linear). Basically it assumes the cross correlation is 0. Derivation There are many ways to derive ...


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A resistance isn’t a particularly dynamic state, should be an unknown constant, but you might have a bin of resistors where they might vary. Taking one “randomly” out the bin makes it a random variable. The bin of resistors will have a mean value, so perhaps that mean constitutes a state variable. Perhaps someone starts putting resistors in the bin from a ...


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