An inverse problem for Maxwell’s equations with Lipschitz parameters

  title={An inverse problem for Maxwell’s equations with Lipschitz parameters},
  author={Monika Pichler},
  journal={Inverse Problems},
  • M. Pichler
  • Published 11 July 2017
  • Mathematics
  • Inverse Problems
We consider an inverse boundary value problem for Maxwell’s equations, which aims to recover the electromagnetic material properties of a body from measurements on the boundary. We show that a Lipschitz continuous conductivity, electric permittivity, and magnetic permeability are uniquely determined by knowledge of all tangential electric and magnetic fields on the boundary of the body at a fixed frequency. 

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