Adjoint-state finite element equations for parameter estimation.

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Abstract

The equations have been used by Neuman (1980) in conjunction with a statistical parameter estimation procedure to determine the transmissivities of a hypothetical aquifer, and are currently being used to determine the transmissivities of the Cortaro Aquifer in Southern Arizona. -L.F.Musk

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationPreprints of papers. Volume 1. 3rd International Conference on finite elements in water resources, May 1980, Univ. of Mississsppi, Oxford, (Science and Education Administration, US Dept of Agriculture),
StatePublished - 1980

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Neuman, S. P. (1980). Adjoint-state finite element equations for parameter estimation. In Preprints of papers. Volume 1. 3rd International Conference on finite elements in water resources, May 1980, Univ. of Mississsppi, Oxford, (Science and Education Administration, US Dept of Agriculture),

Adjoint-state finite element equations for parameter estimation. / Neuman, Shlomo P.

Preprints of papers. Volume 1. 3rd International Conference on finite elements in water resources, May 1980, Univ. of Mississsppi, Oxford, (Science and Education Administration, US Dept of Agriculture),. 1980.

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Neuman, SP 1980, Adjoint-state finite element equations for parameter estimation. in Preprints of papers. Volume 1. 3rd International Conference on finite elements in water resources, May 1980, Univ. of Mississsppi, Oxford, (Science and Education Administration, US Dept of Agriculture),.
Neuman SP. Adjoint-state finite element equations for parameter estimation. In Preprints of papers. Volume 1. 3rd International Conference on finite elements in water resources, May 1980, Univ. of Mississsppi, Oxford, (Science and Education Administration, US Dept of Agriculture),. 1980
Neuman, Shlomo P. / Adjoint-state finite element equations for parameter estimation. Preprints of papers. Volume 1. 3rd International Conference on finite elements in water resources, May 1980, Univ. of Mississsppi, Oxford, (Science and Education Administration, US Dept of Agriculture),. 1980.
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