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  • 1 Institute of Physico-Chemical Problems Byelorussian State University Minsk U.S.S.R.
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This review deals with the choice of a method of solving the inverse kinetic problem (IKP) which would provide the most definite description of the process under conditions of ambiguity. Two fundamentally different methodologies are possible for the IKP solution: one is based on the principle of unambiguous description (discrimination), while the other relies upon the complementarity principle (generalized descriptions). Specific IKP solution methods have been classified, the methodological differences being taken into account. In the first part of this review, general and special limitations in discrimination of formal models have been analysed.

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