- Full text PDF available (43)
- This year (4)
- Last 5 years (26)
- Last 10 years (43)
Journals and Conferences
For isotropic Lame systems with variable coefficients, we discuss inverse problems of determining force terms or densities from a finite number of measurements of lateral boundary data.We establish… (More)
We consider a reconstruction problem of the shape of an unknown open set D in a two-dimensional bounded domain from the Cauchy data on of a nonconstant solution u of the equation u = 0 in \ D. We… (More)
We give a formula for the reconstruction of the shape of the unknown inclusion by means of the Dirichlet to Neumann map.
We consider the problem of reconstructing of the boundary of an unknown inclusion together with its conductivity from the localized Dirichlet-to-Neumann map. We give an exact reconstruction procedure… (More)
The probe method gives a general idea to obtain a reconstruction formula of unknown objects embedded in a known background medium from a mathematical counterpart (the Dirichlet-to-Neumann map) of the… (More)
In this paper, a wave is generated by the initial data whose support is localized at the outside of unknown obstacles and observed in a limited time on a known closed surface or the same position as… (More)
Three inverse boundary value problems for the heat equations in one-space dimension are considered. Those three problems are: extracting an unknown interface in a heat conductive material, an unknown… (More)
First we give a formula (procedure) for the reconstruction of the support function for unknown inclusion by means of the Dirichlet to Neumann map. In the procedure we never make use of the unique… (More)
We consider an inverse source problem for the Helmholtz equation in a bounded domain. The problem is to reconstruct the shape of the support of a source term from the Cauchy data on the boundary of… (More)
Abstract We give a reconstruction formula for the three-dimensional sound-soft/sound-hard obstacle by employing the surface data of the scattering solution generated by a point source.