Trans-dimensional inverse problems, model comparison and the evidence
In most geophysical inverse problems the properties of interest are parametrized using a fixed number of unknowns. In some cases arguments can be used to bound the maximum number of parameters that need to be considered. In others the number of unknowns is set at some arbitrary value and regularization is used to encourage simple, non-extravagant models. In recent times variable or self-adaptive parametrizations have gained in popularity. Rarely, however, is the number of unknowns itself...[Show more]
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