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Faustine Cantalloube (MPIA) on High-contrast imaging of exoplanets and circumstellar disks

15:00

Faustine Cantalloube (MPIA) on High-contrast imaging of exoplanets and circumstellar disks

15:00

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Updates on XIDer- the X-ray Integrating Detector for the ESRF-EBS Upgrade

David Schimansky

Wed, 10 Mar 2021, 15:15

David Schimansky

Wed, 10 Mar 2021, 15:15

Exploring the metal-poor inner Milky Way with the Pristine survey

Anke Arentsen

Fri, 12 Mar 2021, 15:00

Anke Arentsen

Fri, 12 Mar 2021, 15:00

Statistical ill-posed inverse problems are becoming increasingly important in a diverse range of disciplines, including geophysics, astronomy, medicine and economics. Roughly speaking, in all of these applications the observable signal g=Tf is a transformation of a functional parameter of interest f under a transformation T. Statistical inference on f based on an estimation of g which usually necessitates an inversion of T is thus called an inverse problem. Moreover, by ill-posed we mean that the transformation T is not stable, i.e., T has not a continuous inverse. In most applications, however, both the signal g and the inherent transformation T are not known in practice, although they can be estimated from the data. Consequently, a statistical inference has to take into account that a random noise is present in both the estimated signal and the estimated operator.

STRUCTURES Jour fixe22 Jan 2021, 13:30

Institut für Theoretische Physik, Online