A sequential uncertainty domain inverse procedure for estimating subsurface flow and transport parameters

@inproceedings{Abbaspour1997ASU,
  title={A sequential uncertainty domain inverse procedure for estimating subsurface flow and transport parameters},
  author={Karim C. Abbaspour and M. Th. van Genuchten and Rainer Schulin and E. Schl{\"a}ppi},
  year={1997}
}
A parameter estimation procedure, sequential uncertainty domain parameter fitting (SUFI), is presented and has the following characteristics. The procedure is sequential in nature, meaning that one more iteration can always be made before choosing the final estimates. The procedure has a Bayesian framework, indicating that the method operates within uncertainty domains (prior, posterior) associated with each parameter. The procedure is a fitting procedure, conditioning the unknown parameter… CONTINUE READING

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