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On the controlled evolution of level sets and like methods: the shape and contrast reconstruction

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The controlled evolution of level sets provides a successful framework to solve time-harmonic inverse scattering problems for objects whose contrast with the environment is known but whose shape is unknown. New solution tools extend this framework to the retrieval of objects whose both shape and contrast are unknown
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hal-00638240 , version 1 (04-11-2011)

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Christophe Ramananjaona, Marc Lambert, Dominique Lesselier, Jean-Paul Zolesio. On the controlled evolution of level sets and like methods: the shape and contrast reconstruction. A. Wirgin. Acoustics, Mechanics, and the Related Topics of Mathematical Analysis - Proceedings of the International Conference to Celebrate Robert P Gilbert's 70th Birthday, World Scientific, pp.243-250, 2003, 978-981-238-264-1; 978-981-270-440-5 ebook). ⟨hal-00638240⟩
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