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Analysis of regularized inversion of data corrupted by white Gaussian noise

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  • UserHanne Kekonnen
  • ClockFriday 20 October 2017, 16:00-17:00
  • HouseMR12.

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Our aim is to provide new analytic insight to the relationship between the continuous and practical inversion models corrupted by white Gaussian noise. Let us consider an indirect noisy measurement M of a physical quantity u M = Au + d*N where A is linear smoothing operator and d > 0 is noise magnitude.

If N was an L2-function we could use the classical Tikhonov regularization to achieve an estimate. However, realizations of white Gaussian noise are almost never in L2. That is why we present a modification of Tikhonov regularization theory covering the case of white Gaussian measurement noise. We will also consider the question in which space does the estimate convergence to a correct solution when the noise amplitude tends to zero and what is the speed of the convergence. This is joint work with Matti Lassas and Samuli Siltanen (University of Helsinki).

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