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Topics and Methods for Data Validation by Means of Bayesian Probability Theory

Andreas Dinklage, Rainer Fischer, Jakob Svensson

Fusion Science and Technology / Volume 46 / Number 2 / Pages 355-364

September 2004

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Steady-state fusion devices, such as Wendelstein 7-X, require new approaches for data analysis. These efforts are motivated by both the physics and the technical requirements of steady-state operation. Diagnostic data and physics information, such as modeling results, are linked to arrive at an integrated data analysis. For this purpose, methods of Bayesian probability theory are employed. The analysis of Thomson scattering data is discussed. Capabilities for assessing diagnostic setups are outlined. Extension to more complex analyses are presented. Technical issues resulting from desired on-line capabilities are discussed.

 
 
 
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