Some Applications of the Mollification Method
The Mollification Method is a filtering procedure that is appropriate for the regularization of a variety of ill-posed problems. In this review, we briefly introduce the method, including its main feature, which is its ability to automatically select regularization parameters. After this introduction, we present several applications of the method, illustrated with numerical examples. Most of these applications are the subject of our current research.
KeywordsHeat Flux Finite Difference Scheme Discrete Function Numerical Differentiation Mollification Method
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