James G. Berryman

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We i n troduce an output least-squares method for impedance tomography problems that have regions of high conductivity surrounded by regions of lower conductivity. The high conductivity is modeled on network approximation results from an asymptotic analysis and its recovery is based on this model. The smoothly varying part of the conductivity is recovered(More)
Analysis of array data from acoustic scattering in a random medium with a small number of isolated targets is performed in order to image and, thereby, localize the spatial position of each target. Because the host medium has random fluctuations in wave speed, the background medium is itself a source of scattered energy. It is assumed, however, that the(More)
Methods are developed for the design of electrical impedance tomographic reconstruction algorithms with specified properties. Assuming a starting model with constant conductivity or some other specified background distribution, an algorithm with the following properties is found. (1) The optimum constant for the starting model is determined automatically.(More)
Laboratory experiments on wave propagation through saturated and partially saturated porous media have often been conducted on porous cylinders that were initially fully saturated and then allowed to dry while continuing to acquire data on the wave behavior. Since it is known that drying typically progresses from outside to inside, a sensible physical model(More)
This document is a bibliography of books, survey articles, and on-line documents on various topics related to inverse problems. I've tried to avoid listing research papers, because there are far more research papers on each of these topics than I could ever hope to include in this bibliography. Hopefully, the material that I have included in this(More)
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