In this paper we provide a framework for constructing general complex geometrical optics solutions for several systems of two variables that can be reduced to a system with the Laplacian as the leading order term. We apply these special solutions to the problem of reconstructing inclusions inside a domain filled with known conductivity from local boundary… (More)
We construct complex geometrical optics solutions for the isotropic elasticity system concentrated near spheres. We then use these special solutions, called complex spherical waves, to identify inclusions embedded in an isotropic, inhomogeneous, elastic background.
—This note proposes a novel algorithm for robust partial eigenvalue assignment (RPEVA) problem for a cubic matrix pencil arising from modeling of vibrating systems with aerodynamic effects. The RPEVA problem for a cubic pencil is the one of choosing suitable feedback matrices to reassign a few (say 3) unwanted eigenvalues while leaving the remaining large… (More)
The Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences was established in the University of Tokyo in April, 1992. Formerly there were two departments of mathematics in the University of Tokyo: one in the Faculty of Science and the other in the College of Arts and Sciences. All faculty members of these two departments have moved to the new graduate school, as well as… (More)
In this paper we prove a Hölder and Lipschitz stability estimates of determining all coefficients of a dynamical Lamé system with residual stress, including the density, Lamé parameters, and the residual stress, by three pairs of observations from the whole boundary or from a part of it. These estimates imply first uniqueness results for determination of… (More)
In this paper we prove a Hölder and Lipschitz stability estimates of determining the residual stress by a single pair of observations from a part of the lateral boundary or from the whole boundary. These estimates imply first uniqueness results for determination of residual stress from few boundary measurements .
SUMMARY The partial pole assignment (PPA) problem is the one of reassigning a few unwanted eigenvalues of a control system by feedback to suitably chosen ones, while keeping the remaining large number of eigenvalues unchanged. The problem naturally arises in modifying dynamical behaviour of the system. The PPA has been considered by several authors in the… (More)