Browsing Research and Publications - Department of Geological Sciences by Subject "information theory"

Browsing Research and Publications - Department of Geological Sciences by Subject "information theory"

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  • Nearing, Grey S.; Gupta, Hoshin V.; Crow, Wade T.; Gong, Wei (2013-04-26)
    Data assimilation is the Bayesian conditioning of uncertain model simulations on observations to reduce uncertainty about model states. In practice, it is common to make simplifying assumptions about the prior and posterior ...
  • Nearing, Grey S.; Gupta, Hoshin V. (2018)
    Multi-model ensembles are one of the most common ways to deal with epistemic uncertainty in hydrology. This is a problem because there is no known way to sample models such that the resulting ensemble admits a measure ...
  • Nearing, Grey S.; Yatheendradas, Soni; Crow, Wade T.; Bosch, David D.; Cosh, Michael H.; Goodrich, David C.; Seyfried, Mark S.; Starks, Patrick J. (2017-07-07)
    Triple collocation has found widespread application in the hydrological sciences because it provides information about the errors in our measurements without requiring that we have any direct access to the true value of ...
  • Nearing, Grey S.; Gupta, Hoshin V. (2015-01-26)
    The role of models in science is to facilitate predictions from hypotheses. Although the idea that models provide information is widely reported and has been used as the basis for model evaluation, benchmarking, and ...

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