These videos were prepared as lectures for the Groundwater Modelling topic of the Groundwater Hydrology course at Flinders University. They aim to introduce history matching
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Approaches to improve the value of models and to reduce total project costs. Presented by Ty Ferre, University of Arizona. https://vimeo.com/385388212 Download on VIMEO
This second video of a two-part series covers calculation of finite-difference derivatives, defences against model output numerical granularity, some aspects of observation weighting, termination criteria,