The first part of this new volume in the Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems Series studies uniqueness questions for recovering the shapes of the convex and more complicated bodies from shapes of their projections onto planes of low dimension. Some stability estimates of the solutions to these inverse problems are given. The second part deals with inverse problems with projection data directly connected to tomography, in particular to apparent contours of smooth surfaces, which have practical interpretations such as thin cracks in continuous media which are studied in wave optics, etc. New results on reconstruction of smooth surfaces from observations of the wave fronts generation by these surfaces are obtained. This book should be of interest to researchers in the fields of inverse problems, integral geometry and tomography.
Author: V. P. Golubyatnikov ISBN: 9789067643320 Pages: 126 pages Format: PDF Size: 19.33 Mb
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This book presents the theory of room acoustical fields and revises the Mirror Source Methods for practical computational use, emphasizing the wave character of acoustical fields. The presented higher methods include the concepts of […] Posted in materials