An Introduction to Inverse Scattering and Inverse Spectral Problems
Here is a clearly written introduction to three central areas of inverse problems: inverse problems in electromagnetic scattering theory, inverse spectral theory, and inverse problems in quantum scattering theory. Based on a series of lectures presented by three of the authors, the book provides a quick and easy way for readers to become familiar with the area through a survey of recent developments.
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