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Linearized perturbation method for stochastic analysis of a rill erosion model. (English) Zbl 1164.86002
Summary: The linearization and correction method (LCM) proposed by He is a simple and effective perturbation technique to solve nonlinear equations. To analyze the random properties of rill erosion model, a new stochastic perturbation technique called linearized perturbation method is developed by combining the traditional stochastic perturbation method with the LCM. Comparisons between the numerical results obtained by the linearized perturbation method and those obtained by Monte Carlo method indicated an excellent agreement. However, the calculation efficiency of the linearized perturbation method is higher.

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86A04 General questions in geophysics
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