Nonsteady inverse problem for the multidimensional wave equation “in the large”
The nonsteady (dynamic) inverse problem of reconstructing the variable velocity of wave propagation in a multidimensional region Ω with a smooth boundary Г is studied.
KeywordsWave Propagation Inverse Problem Wave Equation Smooth Boundary Variable Velocity
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