Optimal hybrid parameter selection for stable sequential solution of inverse heat conduction problem

@article{Ahn2022OptimalHP,
  title={Optimal hybrid parameter selection for stable sequential solution of inverse heat conduction problem},
  author={C. Ahn and C. T. Park and DI. Park and Jg Kim Jeong-Geun Kim},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2110.01297}
}
To deal with the ill-posed nature of the inverse heat conduction problem (IHCP), the regularization parameter can be incorporated into a minimization problem, which is known as Tikhonov regularization method, popular technique to obtain stable sequential solutions. Because is a penalty term, its excessive use may cause large bias errors. A ridge regression was developed as an estimator of the optimal to minimize the magnitude of a gain coefficient matrix appropriately. However, the sensitivity… 

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