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The Adjoint solution would enable enterprises to validate the business case with their own data in their own secure environment and help in eliminating out-of-order and double data entry.
To estimate the error in QoI, the following adjoint transport equation must be solved firstly:
[22] used the adjoint assimilation method with the characteristic finite difference scheme to solve aerosol transport problems.
In particular, the recent work of Ibragimov [11] develops a procedure to construct conserved vectors using the Noether operator, a symmetry of the differential equation solutions of the adjoint equation.
Adjoint will use this platform to propel development of domain-specific applications in the financial sector across banking, capital markets, insurance, asset management, and commodities trading.
However, these CFD inverse analysis technologies using the Adjoint Method are only applicable to steady flows.
However, aerostructural optimization that has been performed so far mostly is grounded on discrete adjoint method.
The adjoint method [17, 18] is applied to derive the gradients of the objective function with respect to the model parameters.
Le SG du PPS recoit le SG adjoint du Parti socialiste yemenite
The study of composition operator adjoints was initiated more than twenty years ago by Carl Cowen [6], who showed that if [phi] is linear-fractional then [C.sup.*.sub.j], the adjoint of [C.sub.[phi]] on [H.sup.2], has the form [M.sub.g][C.sub.[sigma]][M.sup.*.sub.h], where [M.sub.g] and [M.sub.h] are the operators of multiplication by simple rational function g and h, bounded on U, and [sigma] is a linear-fractional self-map of U all these functions being easily obtainable from the coefficients of [phi].