Solving an inverse problem for the positions of heat sources and sinks in a plane
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The configurational characteristics are considered for a planar stationary temperature pattern induced by a mutually screened system of small heating and cooling components.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Inverse Problem Heat Source Temperature Pattern Configurational Characteristic
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