Trans-Dimensional Surface Reconstruction With Different Classes of Parameterization
The use of Bayesian trans‐dimensional sampling in 2‐D and 3‐D imaging problems has recently become widespread in geophysical inversion. Its benefits include its spatial adaptability to the level of information present in the data and the ability to produce uncertainty estimates. The most used parameterization in Bayesian trans‐dimensional inversions is Voronoi cells. Here we introduce a general software, TransTessellate2D, that allows 2‐D trans‐dimensional inference with Voronoi cells and two...[Show more]
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