Statistics Seminars: Bayesian Emulation for Nonlinear Discontinuous Systems
3 March 2014 14:00 in CM221
Physical systems are often modelled by computer simulators based on highly non-linear systems presenting two or more equilibrium states. At equilibrium, such states can be seen as discontinuities on the model's input space. We use multiple emulators to investigate the simulator's behaviour in different equilibrium states and estimate boundaries between such regions with an application to a four-box ocean circulation model.
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