Open Problems in the Qualitative Approach to Inverse Electromagnetic Scattering Theory

  title={Open Problems in the Qualitative Approach to Inverse Electromagnetic Scattering Theory},
  author={Fioralba Cakoni and David Colton},
We formulate a number of open problems for time-harmonic inverse electromagnetic scattering theory focusing on uniqueness theorems, the determination of the support of a scattering object and the determination of material parameters 
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