Applications to Geophysics: Inverse Problem
In many real-life situations, we have several types of uncertainty: measurement uncertainty can lead to probabilistic and/or interval uncertainty, expert estimates come with interval and/or fuzzy uncertainty, etc. In many situations, in addition to measurement uncertainty, we have prior knowledge coming from prior data processing and/or prior knowledge coming from prior interval constraints.
In this chapter, on the example of the seismic inverse problem, we show how to combine these different types of uncertainty.
KeywordsInverse Problem Prior Knowledge Seismic Wave Expert Knowledge Interval Uncertainty
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