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Volume 3, Issue 4
Towards a Level Set Framework for Infarction Modeling: An Inverse Problem

M. Lysaker & B. F. Nielsen

Int. J. Numer. Anal. Mod., 3 (2006), pp. 377-394.

Published online: 2006-03

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  • Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to introduce a level set framework suitable for identifying heart infarctions. We do this by introducing a modified Monodomain model, and an output least squares formulation comparing simulation results with observation data. In this way we obtain a flexible methodology allowing us to approximately determine the characteristics of infarctions with rather complex geometrical properties. Our approach involves a CPU demanding minimization problem. This problem is solved by applying an adjoint equation enabling efficient differentiation of the involved cost-functional. Finally, our theoretical findings are illuminated by a series of numerical experiments.

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level set, Monodomain model, heart infarctions and inverse problems.

  • AMS Subject Headings

35R30, 49Q10, 65N21

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The purpose of this paper is to introduce a level set framework suitable for identifying heart infarctions. We do this by introducing a modified Monodomain model, and an output least squares formulation comparing simulation results with observation data. In this way we obtain a flexible methodology allowing us to approximately determine the characteristics of infarctions with rather complex geometrical properties. Our approach involves a CPU demanding minimization problem. This problem is solved by applying an adjoint equation enabling efficient differentiation of the involved cost-functional. Finally, our theoretical findings are illuminated by a series of numerical experiments.

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The purpose of this paper is to introduce a level set framework suitable for identifying heart infarctions. We do this by introducing a modified Monodomain model, and an output least squares formulation comparing simulation results with observation data. In this way we obtain a flexible methodology allowing us to approximately determine the characteristics of infarctions with rather complex geometrical properties. Our approach involves a CPU demanding minimization problem. This problem is solved by applying an adjoint equation enabling efficient differentiation of the involved cost-functional. Finally, our theoretical findings are illuminated by a series of numerical experiments.

M. Lysaker & B. F. Nielsen. (1970). Towards a Level Set Framework for Infarction Modeling: An Inverse Problem. International Journal of Numerical Analysis and Modeling. 3 (4). 377-394. doi:
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