Minisymposium (ID: SS-AAIP)
Applied Analysis & Inverse Problems
Organizers: Marcus Garvie & Herb Kunze (Guelph)
Inverse problems ask us to recover or estimate information about a mathematical model, given information about a solution. They occur in many branches of science and mathematics. Examples include parameter estimation for ecological systems, physical systems, environmental systems, or economic systems; medical imaging and other imaging applications; and model identification problems in all of these settings. This minisymposium will provide a forum for researchers working on inverse problems to present their ideas. The talks will include aspects of mathematical modeling, applied analysis, and computational methods and algorithms.
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