Inverse Electromagnetic Obstacle Scattering
This last chapter on obstacle scattering is concerned with the extension of the results from Chap. 5 on inverse acoustic scattering to inverse electromagnetic scattering. In order to avoid repeating ourselves, we keep this chapter short by referring back to the corresponding parts of Chap. 5 when appropriate. In particular, for notations and for the motivation of our analysis we urge the reader to get reacquainted with the corresponding analysis in Chap. 5 on acoustics. We again follow the general guideline of our book and consider only one of the many possible inverse electromagnetic obstacle problems: given the electric far field pattern for one or several incident plane electromagnetic waves and knowing that the scattering obstacle is perfectly conducting, find the shape of the scatterer.
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