Thismonograph deals with the theory of inverse problems of mathematical physics andapplications of such problems. Besides it considers applications and numerical methods of solving the problems under study. Descriptions of particular numerical experiments are also included.(3.3.11) Dividing both sides of this equality by p(x0, y0, z, y), setting a 0 = g(t1) and y0 = p(t1), and differentiating the equality obtained with respect to t1, we obtain the equation for the function w(g(t1), p(t1), a, y) = w(t1, a, y) 6 1 #{:(grad, aquot; aquot;) }=0anbsp;...

Title | : | Inverse Problems of Mathematical Physics |

Author | : | Viatcheslav I. Priimenko, Mikhail M. Lavrent'ev, Alexander V. Avdeev |

Publisher | : | Walter de Gruyter - 2003-01-01 |

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