Picosecond scale experimental verification of a globally convergent algorithm for a coefficient inverse problem

@inproceedings{Klibanov2010PicosecondSE,
  title={Picosecond scale experimental verification of a globally convergent algorithm for a coefficient inverse problem},
  author={Michael V. Klibanov and Michael A. Fiddy and Larisa Beilina and Natee Pantong and John J. Schenk},
  year={2010}
}
A globally convergent algorithm of the first and third authors for a 3D hyperbolic coefficient inverse problem is verified on experimental data measured in the picosecond scale regime. Quantifiable images of dielectric abnormalities are obtained. The total measurement timing of a 100 pico-seconds pulse for one detector location was 1.2 nano-second with 20 pico-seconds (0.02 nano-second) time step between two consequtive readings. Blind tests have consistently demonstrated an accurate imaging of… CONTINUE READING
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