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THE FAULTY RESISTOR PROBLEMS AND THE INVERSE SOURCE PROBLEMS FOR RECTANGULAR ELECTRICAL NETWORKS
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 Title & Authors
THE FAULTY RESISTOR PROBLEMS AND THE INVERSE SOURCE PROBLEMS FOR RECTANGULAR ELECTRICAL NETWORKS
Mun, Young-Hun;
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 Abstract
This paper ultimately aims to develop noninvasive techniques to identify the inside of a given electrical network. Based on the theory of the partial differentiation equations and mathematical modeling, this paper devises the algorithms to find the locations of possible abnormalities. To ensure the certainty of the algorithms, this study restricted the forms of the network and the number of abnormalities, rendering it easy to prove the uniqueness of the position of the abnormalities.
 Keywords
electrical networks;inverse conductivity problem;inverse source problem;discrete Laplacian;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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ON AN INVERSE PROBLEMS FOR LAPLACE EQUATIONS WITH POTENTIAL TERMS ON ELECTRICAL NETWORKS, Communications of the Korean Mathematical Society, 2012, 27, 2, 243  crossref(new windwow)
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