12.864 | Spring 2005 | Graduate

Inference from Data and Models

Course Description

This course covers the fundamental methods used for exploring the information content of observations related to kinematical and dynamical models.
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First solution basis vector.
First solution basis vector obtained in solving the Laplace equation using the singular value decomposition. This field arises from the need to solve practical problems with incomplete, contradictory and erroneous data and is an example of an inverse method. (Image courtesy of Prof. Carl Wunsch.)