Aiming for 80% - A probability Scalar Field Research Plan by Laurentiu Bucur, Ph.D

January 2, 2015

What is a scalar field ?

  • A scalar field is a real or complex valued function over some region U of Euclidean space.

  • In 1D it is rendered as a graph (example: humidity as a function of temperature, or accuracy as a function of solar wind speed)

    • In 2D it looks like a temperature map that depends on 2 variables.

    • In 3D it looks like a hologram depending on 3 variables. The goal is to find the best 3D probability scalar field that gives us the areas of high probability (over 80%) for ARV projects.

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