Joint calibration of multiple computer experiments to multiple physical experiments

Earl Lawrence
Los Alamos National Laboratory

This talk will cover applications and extensions of the well-known computer model calibration problem. The calibration problem is concerned with determining the correct inputs to a computer model such that the outputs match observed physical data as best as possible. This talk will discuss an extension in which multiple computer models that share parameters are calibrated to multiple corresponding sets of physical observations. We will present an example involving equation of state modeling.

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