Uniqueness in certain inverse problems of the theory of heat conduction
Uniqueness theorems are proved for inverse two-dimensional problems of the theory of heat conduction in two different formulations.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Heat Conduction Inverse Problem Uniqueness Theorem
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