Resolving power of the iteration method of solving inverse heat-conduction boundary-value problems
A quantitative estimate is obtained for the range of frequencies entering in the boundary condition that is restorable by using a solution of the inverse problem by an iteration method.
KeywordsBoundary Condition Statistical Physic Inverse Problem Quantitative Estimate Iteration Method
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