Bakushinsky, Anatoly B. / Kokurin, Mikhail M. / Kokurin, Mikhail Yu.
Regularization Algorithms for Ill-Posed Problems
Series:Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems Series 61
- Presents the state of the art on algorithms and methods for the regularization of ill-posed problems.
- Utilizes modern functional analytic techniques.
- Of interest to researchers and graduate students working in inverse and ill-posed problems.
Aims and Scope
This specialized and authoritative book contains an overview of modern approaches to constructing approximations to solutions of ill-posed operator equations, both linear and nonlinear. These approximation schemes form a basis for implementable numerical algorithms for the stable solution of operator equations arising in contemporary mathematical modeling, and in particular when solving inverse problems of mathematical physics. The book presents in detail stable solution methods for ill-posed problems using the methodology of iterative regularization of classical iterative schemes and the techniques of finite dimensional and finite difference approximations of the problems under study. Special attention is paid to ill-posed Cauchy problems for linear operator differential equations and to ill-posed variational inequalities and optimization problems. The readers are expected to have basic knowledge in functional analysis and differential equations. The book will be of interest to applied mathematicians and specialists in mathematical modeling and inverse problems, and also to advanced students in these fields.
Regularization Methods For Linear Equations
Finite Difference Methods
Iterative Regularization Methods
Finite-Dimensional Iterative Processes
Variational Inequalities and Optimization Problems