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Semi-convergence of an Iterative Algorithm

Vasilaky, Kathryn N.

An iterative method is introduced for solving noisy, ill-conditioned inverse problems. Analysis of the semi-convergence behavior identifies three error components - iteration error, noise error, and initial guess error. A derived expression explains how the three errors are related to each other relative to the number of iterations. The Standard Tikhonov regularization method is just the first iteration of the iterative method and the derived noise damping filter is a generalization of the Standard Tikhonov filter. The derived filter is a function two parameters, a regularization parameter and the iteration number parameter. The new method is tested on image reconstruction from projections simulated data set.

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Earth Institute
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February 26, 2016

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This paper was revised on October 20, 2016

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