Inverse problem and the pseudoempirical orthogonal function method of solution. 1: Theory.

Abstract

In situations where a large library of observed distributions of a function, such as temperature vs height, is available, these distributions may be used to form a set of empirical orthogonal functions. When sufficient observed distributions are not available, but when the general mathematical form of the distributions is known, a library may be constructed… (More)
DOI: 10.1364/AO.27.001235

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@article{BenDavid1988InversePA, title={Inverse problem and the pseudoempirical orthogonal function method of solution. 1: Theory.}, author={A. Ben-David and Budiarto Herman and Jennifer Reagan}, journal={Applied optics}, year={1988}, volume={27 7}, pages={1235-42} }