Linear least squares
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Linear least squares is a method of solving mathematics/statistical problems. It uses least squares algorithmic technique to increase accuracy of solution approximations, corresponding with a particular problem's complexity:
- Linear least squares (mathematics); also ordinary least squares (mathematics), or numerical methods for linear/ordinary least squares; concerning the mathematics and computational aspects of the corresponding optimisation problem
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