inverse problem


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inverse problem

[′in‚vərs ′präb·ləm]
(control systems)
The problem of determining, for a given feedback control law, the performance criteria for which it is optimal.
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The problem whether such functionals yield regularizations of the underlying inverse problem (i.
12 Two-Dimensional Aerodynamic Inverse Problem Solution Study in Turbomachinery.
In internal combustion engine, Huang and Ju [13] employed the conjugate gradient method to solve the inverse problem to determine the periodic thermal contact conductance as a function of time between the exhaust valve and seat.
The obvious inverse problem is to then determine what set of inputs should be applied such that the predicted output is at target.
Other recent attempts to solve the inverse problem use evolutive algorithms, a new optimization paradigm that models a natural evolution mechanism (see Michalewicz 1994 for an introduction to this field).
This includes work in the the solution of ill-posed inverse problem characterization of the accuracy of software for micromagnetic modeling, and in the development and dissemination of mathematical reference data.
Having in mind that any 2 x 2 matrix can be shifted, scaled, and unitarily transformed into this form, we solve the inverse problem for [?
1x] of (8) is the Lavrentiev regularized solution of the discretized ill-posed inverse problem [B.
However, there are no similar general results in the inverse problem theory for graphs having cycles.
p], variables (Nedezki, 2003) and variables which are considered known for solving the inverse problem.
The book offers a fair amount of signal processing techniques and radar basics before introducing the inverse problem of ISAR and the forward problem of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR).