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Anomaly Detection in Random Heterogeneous Media : Feynman-Kac Formulae, Stochastic Homogenization and Statistical Inversion / by Martin Simon

By: Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Series: SpringerLink Bücher | Springer eBook Collection Mathematics and StatisticsPublisher: Wiesbaden : Springer Spektrum, 2015Edition: 1st ed. 2015Description: Online-Ressource (XIV, 150 p. 27 illus, online resource)ISBN:
  • 9783658109936
Subject(s): Additional physical formats: 9783658109929 | Druckausg.: Anomaly detection in random heterogeneous media. Wiesbaden : Springer Spektrum, 2015. XIV, 150 SeitenMSC: MSC: *82-02 | 82B31 | 60H15LOC classification:
  • QA370-380
DOI: DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-10993-6Online resources: Summary: This monograph is concerned with the analysis and numerical solution of a stochastic inverse anomaly detection problem in electrical impedance tomography (EIT). Martin Simon studies the problem of detecting a parameterized anomaly in an isotropic, stationary and ergodic conductivity random field whose realizations are rapidly oscillating. For this purpose, he derives Feynman-Kac formulae to rigorously justify stochastic homogenization in the case of the underlying stochastic boundary value problem. The author combines techniques from the theory of partial differential equations and functional analysis with probabilistic ideas, paving the way to new mathematical theorems which may be fruitfully used in the treatment of the problem at hand. Moreover, the author proposes an efficient numerical method in the framework of Bayesian inversion for the practical solution of the stochastic inverse anomaly detection problem. Contents Feynman-Kac formulae Stochastic homogenization Statistical inverse problems Target Groups Students and researchers in the fields of inverse problems, partial differential equations, probability theory and stochastic processes Practitioners in the fields of tomographic imaging and noninvasive testing via EIT About the Author Martin Simon has worked as a researcher at the Institute of Mathematics at the University of Mainz from 2008 to 2014. During this period he had several research stays at the University of Helsinki. He has recently joined an asset management company as a financial mathematicianPPN: PPN: 1657507505Package identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-2-SEB | ZDB-2-SMA | ZDB-2-SXMS
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