On the Lack-Of-Knowledge (LOK) theory for computational structural elasticity problems

Abstract : The validation of complex structural models - i.e. the assessment of their quality compared to an experimental reference - remains a major issue today. The true validation problem should be addressed through comparison of the model used classically - whether it is deterministic or not - with the complete reality. A tentative answer through the Lack-Of-Knowledge (LOK) theory was introduced in [1
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Paul Enjalbert, Pierre Ladevèze, François Louf, Guillaume Puel, Thierry Romeuf. On the Lack-Of-Knowledge (LOK) theory for computational structural elasticity problems. IMAC XXV - Conference & Exposition on Structural Dynamics, 2007, Orlando, United States. pp.CD-ROM. ⟨hal-00258656⟩

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