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# Prediction Bands for ILL-Posed Problems

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## Abstract

Consider the linear ill-posed operator equation where The ill-posedness of the problem (see [1]) means that a small perturbation in the data

$$Kx = z$$

(1.1)

*K*:*X*→*Y*is an operator between two Hilbert spaces with the inner product denoted by$$\left\langle {x,y} \right\rangle ,\,x,y\, \in \mathcal{X}\,or\,x,y\, \in \,\mathcal{Y}\,$$

*z*may result in large changes in the solution to (1.1). This discontinuous dependence of the solution on the data requires regularization in order to approximately solve the ill-posed equation.## Keywords

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