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Inexact computer model calibration: Concerns, controversy, credibility, and confidence

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UNQ - Uncertainty quantification for complex systems: theory and methodologies

There has been a recent surge in statistical methods for calibration of inexact models in the most basic of settings.  Alongside these developments, a controversy has emerged about the goals of calibration of inexact models.  This talk will trace a swath of research stemming from about twenty years ago and potential concerns are marked along the way.  The talk will also present some new ideas in this setting that might help close some of these philosophical and practical issues.



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