# Virtual resistive network and conductivity reconstruction with Faradayʼs law

@article{Lee2014VirtualRN, title={Virtual resistive network and conductivity reconstruction with Faradayʼs law}, author={Min Gi Lee and Min-Su Ko and Yong-Jung Kim}, journal={Inverse Problems}, year={2014}, volume={30} }

A network-based conductivity reconstruction method is introduced using the third Maxwell equation, or Faradayʼs law, for a static case. The usual choice in electrical impedance tomography is the divergence-free equation for the electrical current density. However, if the electrical current density is given, the curl-free equation for the electrical field gives a direct relation between the current and the conductivity and this relation is used in this paper. Mimetic discretization is applied to…

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