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The saturation phenomena for Tikhonov regularization

  • C. W. Groetsch (a1) and J. T. King (a1)


This paper is concerned with a characterization of the optimal order of convergence of Tikhonov regularization for first kind operator equations in terms of the “smoothness” of the data.



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