Identifiability and stability of an inverse problem involving a Fredholm equation
The authors study a linear inverse problem with a biological interpretation, which is modelled by a Fredholm integral equation of the first kind, where the kernel is represented by step functions. Based on different assumptions, identifiability, stability and reconstruction results are obtained.
KeywordsInverse problems Olfactory system Kernel determination Fredholm integral equation Partial differential equations Numerical reconstruction
2000 MR Subject Classification35R20 45B05 45Q05 65M32 93B05
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