Live load matrix recovery from scattering data in linear elasticity

by   J. A. Barceló, et al.

We study the numerical approximation of the inverse scattering problem in the two-dimensional homogeneous isotropic linear elasticity with an unknown linear load given by a square matrix. For both backscattering data and fixed-angle scattering data, we show how to obtain numerical approximations of the so-called Born approximations and propose new iterative algorithms that provide sequences of approximations to the unknown load. Numerical evidences of the convergence for not too large loads are also given.



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