This section is used only in the case of a parameter identification problem in order to provide the program with the measurement values appearing in Equation (5). For each measurement value , also a positive, real-valued weight can optionally be supplied.

The measurement values have to be listed in the
**chronological order** of the measurement times
in this section of the input file.

Measurement values at time *t* of measurement
have to be provided by

`
T = time t of the measurement
[Y(i) = measured value of
[SY(i) = corresponding positive weight]]
[V(i) = measured value of
[SV(i) = corresponding positive weight]]
[H(i) = measured value of
[SH(i) = corresponding positive weight]]
`

The terms in brackets ``[ ]'' may be supplied optionally but don't have to be supplied always.

In many applications,
the weights are related to the standard deviations
of the measurements and are equal to one constant value for the *i*-th variable
at any times.
In this case a standard weight can be set to the *i*-th variable
by writing
in this section **before** listing the measurement values

`
[SY( i) = value of the standard weight of the measured i-th differential state variable ] ` (values of the first measurement).

[SV(i) = value of the standard weight of the measured i-th algebraic state variable ]

[SH(i) = value of the standard weight of the measured i-th function ]

T =

Tue Feb 1 13:50:42 CET 2000