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problems:inverse [2013/07/18 13:52] mschafer some info that I was asked about and couldn't find it in in the README in the example folder |
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- | More information will be put online later regarding the various solvers needed for inverse problems. | + | //some info about the Robin type method, in the outputfile related to the costfunction the columns follow this convention:\\ |

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- | //In the meanwhile some info about the Robin type method, in the outputfile related to the costfunction the columns follow this convention:\\ | + | |

1st column: number of iteration\\ | 1st column: number of iteration\\ | ||

2nd column: total cost function\\ | 2nd column: total cost function\\ | ||

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For the Lambda-curve plot column 4 has to be plotted against column 3 for different values of lambda. Note, that it is $2=$3+0.5*lambda$4". | For the Lambda-curve plot column 4 has to be plotted against column 3 for different values of lambda. Note, that it is $2=$3+0.5*lambda$4". | ||

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+ | Adjoint inverse methods have been re-organised in Spring 2020; documentation is available with the elmerice sources | ||

+ | [[https://github.com/ElmerCSC/elmerfem/tree/elmerice/elmerice/Solvers/Documentation|here]]. |