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Using Reduced Meshes for Simulation of the Localization of Small Electromagnetic Inhomogeneities in a 3D Bounded Domain

M. Asch & S. M. Mefire

Int. J. Numer. Anal. Mod., 6 (2009), pp. 50-88.

Published online: 2009-06

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  • Abstract

We are concerned in this work with simulations of the localization of a finite number of small electromagnetic inhomogeneities contained in a three-dimensional bounded domain. Typically, the underlying inverse problem considers the time-harmonic Maxwell equations formulated in electric field in this domain and attempts, from a finite number of boundary measurements, to localize these inhomogeneities. Our simulations are based on an approach that combines an asymptotic formula for perturbations in the electromagnetic fields, a suited inversion process, and finite element meshes derived from a non-standard discretization process of the domain. As opposed to a recent work, where the usual discretization process of the domain was employed in the computations, here we localize inhomogeneities that are one order of magnitude smaller.

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Inverse problems, Maxwell equations, electric fields, inhomogeneities, Current Projection method, MUSIC method, FFT, edge elements, numerical measurements, composite numerical integrations.

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65N21, 65N30, 78A25

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We are concerned in this work with simulations of the localization of a finite number of small electromagnetic inhomogeneities contained in a three-dimensional bounded domain. Typically, the underlying inverse problem considers the time-harmonic Maxwell equations formulated in electric field in this domain and attempts, from a finite number of boundary measurements, to localize these inhomogeneities. Our simulations are based on an approach that combines an asymptotic formula for perturbations in the electromagnetic fields, a suited inversion process, and finite element meshes derived from a non-standard discretization process of the domain. As opposed to a recent work, where the usual discretization process of the domain was employed in the computations, here we localize inhomogeneities that are one order of magnitude smaller.

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We are concerned in this work with simulations of the localization of a finite number of small electromagnetic inhomogeneities contained in a three-dimensional bounded domain. Typically, the underlying inverse problem considers the time-harmonic Maxwell equations formulated in electric field in this domain and attempts, from a finite number of boundary measurements, to localize these inhomogeneities. Our simulations are based on an approach that combines an asymptotic formula for perturbations in the electromagnetic fields, a suited inversion process, and finite element meshes derived from a non-standard discretization process of the domain. As opposed to a recent work, where the usual discretization process of the domain was employed in the computations, here we localize inhomogeneities that are one order of magnitude smaller.

M. Asch & S. M. Mefire. (1970). Using Reduced Meshes for Simulation of the Localization of Small Electromagnetic Inhomogeneities in a 3D Bounded Domain. International Journal of Numerical Analysis and Modeling. 6 (1). 50-88. doi:
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