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Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems #57: Iterative Methods for Solving Inverse Problems with Incomplete Databy M. F. Bektemesov
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Solving inverse problems means the determination of shape or consistency of inaccessible objects from indirect measurements. Those problems arise in many applications, e.g., medical imaging and earth surface explorations. The mathematical modelling of some of those problems leads to inverse problems for boundary value problems for differential equations with incomplete given data. The present book provides an introduction to the numerical solution of the latter class of problems.
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