Inverse and Ill–Posed Problems-Are Classical Methods Growing Long in the Tooth?

Mary Woodcock Kroble
Thursday 9 November 2006
Date: 21 February 2007
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Speaker: Samuel Subbey (IMR, Norway)


Classical solutions to inverse and ill-posed problems require regularization, i.e., an attempt to solve a stable variant of the original unstable problem. Theoretically, a successful regularization procedure results in finding the true solution. The aim of this talk is to discuss the classical approach to solving inverse and ill-posed problems in light of data and model uncertainty. A simple example will be presented to exemplify key points.

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