[Tatsu Kuwatani] Extraction of geodynamic processes from rocks: Bayesian sensing challenges the ultimate inverse problem

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Tatsu Kuwatani

Tatsu Kuwatani

Department of Solid Earth Geochemistry, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
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Rocks preserve precious information about seismicity, volcanic activity and resource formation. One of the most important instruments in petrology is the Electron Probe MicroAnalyzer (EPMA), electron microscope which can measure elemental compositions. By the Bayesian sensing, which combines measurement technologies with information science, this study tries to maximize the performance of EPMA, and challenges the ultimate inverse problem of extracting all related geodynamic processes from rocks.

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