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Inverse problems, multi-scale analysis, and effective medium theory; proceedings.

0821839683

Inverse problems, multi-scale analysis, and effective medium theory; proceedings.

Ed. by Habib Ammari and Hyeonbae Kang.

Amer. Mathematical Society

2006

265 pages

$69.00

Paperback

Contemporary mathematics; 408

TA347

Papers from a June 2005 conference describe new techniques for solving inverse problems, with emphasis on their connection to multi- scale analysis and the mathematical theory of composite materials. Topics are addressed from analytic, numerical, and physics perspectives. The methods used to solve inverse problems come from a range of areas of pure and applied mathematics, including potential theory, partial differential equations, scattering theory, complex analysis, and numerical methods. The book is of interest to mathematicians, physicists, and engineers, and to researchers and graduate students working in partial differential equations and applications.

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