Noise Models for Ill-Posed Problems
The standard view of noise in ill-posed problems is that it is either deterministic and small (strongly bounded noise) or random and large (not necessarily small). Following Eggerment, LaRiccia and Nashed (2009), a new noise model is investigated, wherein the noise is weakly bounded. Roughly speaking, this means that local averages of the noise are small. A precise definition is given in a Hilbert space setting, and Tikhonov regularization of ill-posed problems with weakly bounded noise is analysed. The analysis unifies the treatment of “classical” ill-posed problems with strongly bounded noise with that of ill-posed problems with weakly bounded noise. Regularization parameter selection is discussed, and an example on numerical differentiation is presented.
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