On the Completeness of Products of Harmonic Functions and the Uniqueness of the Solution of the Inverse Acoustic Sounding Problem
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It is proved that the family of all pairwise products of regular harmonic functions on D and of the Newtonian potentials of points on the line L ⊂ Rn is complete in L2(D), where D is a bounded domain in Rn, n ≥ 3, such that \(\bar D\) ∩ L = ∅. This result is used in the proof of uniqueness theorems for the inverse acoustic sounding problem in R3.
Keywordsharmonic function Newtonian potential completeness integral equation acoustic sounding inverse problem unique solvability
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