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Title: Malta becomes the new hub for the inverse problems community
Authors: Sebu, Cristiana
Keywords: Inverse problems (Differential equations)
Mathematics -- Congresses
Congresses and conventions -- Malta
Issue Date: 2018-09
Publisher: Malta Chamber of Scientists
Citation: Sebu, C. (2018). Malta becomes the new hub for the inverse problems community. Xjenza, 6(1), 65-67.
Abstract: Formally, an inverse problem is a mathematical framework that is used to obtain information about a physical object (cause) or theory (model) from observed measurements (effect). The solution to this problem is useful because it generally provides information about physical parameters that we cannot directly observe, and has been an important factor in the development of mathematics and science in the past 30 years. The approaches developed for inverse problems generally include numerical approximations, stability analysis, proofs of uniqueness and/or existence of the solution. Inverse problems arise in many areas of mathematical physics and the realm of their applications is vast: medical imaging techniques, geophysical explorations, computer vision, astronomy, nondestructive testing, noninvasive evaluation, etc. Most of research is interdisciplinary and the community is constantly expanding.
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