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On Determining Sources with Compact Supports in a Bounded Plane Domain for the Heat Equation

  • V. V. Solov’ev
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Abstract

The inverse problem of determining the source for the heat equation in a bounded domain on the plane is studied. The trace of the solution of the direct problem on two straight line segments inside the domain is given as overdetermination (i.e., additional information on the solution of the direct problem). A Fredholm alternative theorem for this problem is proved, and sufficient conditions for its unique solvability are obtained. The inverse problem is considered in classes of smooth functions whose derivatives satisfy the Hölder condition.

Keywords

heat equation unknown source inverse problem uniqueness of solution existence of solution 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”MoscowRussia

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