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Magnetisation moment of a bounded 3D sample: asymptotic recovery from planar measurements on a large disk using Fourier analysis

@inproceedings{Ponomarev2022MagnetisationMO,
  title={Magnetisation moment of a bounded 3D sample: asymptotic recovery from planar measurements on a large disk using Fourier analysis},
  author={Dmitry Ponomarev},
  year={2022}
}
. We consider the problem of reconstruction of the overall magnetisation vector (net moment) of a sample from partial data of the magnetic field. Namely, motivated by a concrete experimental set-up, we deal with a situation when the magnetic field is measured on a portion of the plane in vicinity of the sample and only one (normal to the plane) component of the field is available. We assume the measurement area to be a sufficiently large disk (lying in a horizontal plane above the sample) and we… 

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