Optimization of frequencies used in direct sensing by inversion

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Wave Propagation Laboratory , Boulder, Colo
Thermosphere -- Temperature -- Microwave measurements., Linear operators -- Generalized inverses., Fredholm opera
StatementOtto Neall Strand.
SeriesNOAA technical report ERL 202-WPL -- 14., NOAA technical report ERL -- 14., NOAA technical report ERL -- 202.
ContributionsWave Propagation Laboratory., United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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Paginationiii, 22 p. ;
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(2) is straightforward: a ˆ =K 1 f* (N f = N a), (3) where K-1 denotes the inverse matrix operator. For the matrix K with the. This study is an attempt to outline unified principles addressing such important aspects of inversion optimization as accounting for errors in the data used, inverting multi-source data with Author: Oleg Dubovik.

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curve, which plays a fundamental role in our inversion methodology. Examples for linear inversion include 2D cross–well tomography, 2D induced polarization (IP), and the 3D gravity problem. The more common, nonlinear inverse problem, is treated in Section 3 and the 2D DC resistivity problem is used as a prototypical example.

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Therefore, the ℓ1-norm is commonly used. The optimization problem based on the ℓ1-norm is recast as follows [12],[13]: 1 min subject toX y AX==.

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