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In this talk we present a inequality obtained with Jérôme Le Rousseau, for sum of eigenfunctions for bi-Laplace operator with clamped boundary condition. These boundary conditions do not allow to reduce the problem for a Laplacian with adapted boundary condition. The proof follow the strategy used for Laplacian, namely we consider a problem with an extra variable and we prove Carleman estimates for this new problem. The main difficulty is to obtain a Carleman estimate up to the boundary.
In this talk we present a inequality obtained with Jérôme Le Rousseau, for sum of eigenfunctions for bi-Laplace operator with clamped boundary condition. These boundary conditions do not allow to reduce the problem for a Laplacian with adapted boundary condition. The proof follow the strategy used for Laplacian, namely we consider a problem with an extra variable and we prove Carleman estimates for this new problem. The main difficulty is to ...

35B45 ; 35S15 ; 93B05 ; 93B07

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The question of using the available measurements to retrieve mathematical models characteristics (parameters, boundary conditions, initial conditions) is a key aspect of the modeling objective in biology or medicine. In a stochastic/statistical framework this question is seen as an estimation problems. From a deterministic point of view, we classical talk about inverse problems as we recover classical model inputs from outputs. When considering evolution problems,this question falls in the realm of data assimilation that can be seen from a deterministic of statistical point of view. Our objective in this course is to introduce the mathematical principles and numerical aspects behind data assimilation strategies with an emphasis on the deterministic formalism allowing to understand why data assimilation is a specific inverse problem. Our presentation will include considerations on finite dimensional problems but also on infinite dimensional problems such as the ones arising from PDE models. And we will illustrate the course with numerous examples coming from cardiovascular applications and biology.
The question of using the available measurements to retrieve mathematical models characteristics (parameters, boundary conditions, initial conditions) is a key aspect of the modeling objective in biology or medicine. In a stochastic/statistical framework this question is seen as an estimation problems. From a deterministic point of view, we classical talk about inverse problems as we recover classical model inputs from outputs. When considering ...

93E11 ; 93B30 ; 93E10 ; 35R30 ; 35L05 ; 93B07

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The question of using the available measurements to retrieve mathematical models characteristics (parameters, boundary conditions, initial conditions) is a key aspect of the modeling objective in biology or medicine. In a stochastic/statistical framework this question is seen as an estimation problems. From a deterministic point of view, we classical talk about inverse problems as we recover classical model inputs from outputs. When considering evolution problems,this question falls in the realm of data assimilation that can be seen from a deterministic of statistical point of view. Our objective in this course is to introduce the mathematical principles and numerical aspects behind data assimilation strategies with an emphasis on the deterministic formalism allowing to understand why data assimilation is a specific inverse problem. Our presentation will include considerations on finite dimensional problems but also on infinite dimensional problems such as the ones arising from PDE models. And we will illustrate the course with numerous examples coming from cardiovascular applications and biology.
The question of using the available measurements to retrieve mathematical models characteristics (parameters, boundary conditions, initial conditions) is a key aspect of the modeling objective in biology or medicine. In a stochastic/statistical framework this question is seen as an estimation problems. From a deterministic point of view, we classical talk about inverse problems as we recover classical model inputs from outputs. When considering ...

93E11 ; 93B30 ; 93E10 ; 35R30 ; 35L05 ; 93B07

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