Convergence analysis for Latin-hypercube lattice-sample selection strategies for 3D correlated random hydraulic-conductivity fields

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Simuta-Champo, R.; Herrera-Zamarrón, G. S.;
(2010)
  • Publisher: Instituto de Geofísica, UNAM
  • Subject: latin hypercube sampling | hydraulic conductivity | Monte Carlo simulation | sequential Gaussian simulation | conductividad hidráulica | simulación secuencial gaussiana | simulación estocástoca | muestreo por hipercubo latino | stochastic simulation | incertidumbre | uncertainty | Simulación Monte Carlo

The Monte Carlo technique provides a natural method for evaluating uncertainties. The uncertainty is represented by a probability distribution or by related quantities such as statistical moments. When the groundwater flow and transport governing equations are solved an... View more
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