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Series reversion in Calderón's problem

by   Henrik Garde, et al.

This work derives explicit series reversions for the solution of Calderón's problem. The governing elliptic partial differential equation is ∇·(A∇ u)=0 in a bounded Lipschitz domain and with a matrix-valued coefficient. The corresponding forward map sends A to a projected version of a local Neumann-to-Dirichlet operator, allowing for the use of partial boundary data and finitely many measurements. It is first shown that the forward map is analytic, and subsequently reversions of its Taylor series up to specified orders lead to a family of numerical methods for solving the inverse problem with increasing accuracy. The convergence of these methods is shown under conditions that ensure the invertibility of the Fréchet derivative of the forward map. The introduced numerical methods are of the same computational complexity as solving the linearised inverse problem. The analogous results are also presented for the smoothened complete electrode model.


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