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N-33 UNCERTAINTY ESTIMATION AND ERROR ANALYSIS FOR LINEAR INVERSION PROBLEMS Summary K. VAN WIJK 1 J. A. SCALES 1 and W. NAVIDI 2 1 Center for Wave Phenomena Colorado School of Mines Golden CO 80401 USA 2 Department of Mathematics Colorado School of Mines Golden CO 80401 USA Inverse theory concerns the problem of making inferences about physical systems from measurements. Since the measurements are invariably subject to some uncertainty to solve an inverse problem it is necessary to have information about the errors in the observations otherwise it is impossible to say when a feature “fits the data.” In

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2001-06-11
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