Likelihood-informed dimension reduction for nonlinear inverse problems


The intrinsic dimensionality of an inverse problem is affected by prior information, the accuracy and number of observations, and the smoothing properties of the forward operator. From a Bayesian perspective, changes from the prior to the posterior may, in many problems, be confined to a relatively lowdimensional subspace of the parameter space. We present… (More)

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