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An Adaptive Finite Element Method in Quantitative Reconstruction of Small Inclusions from Limited Observations

PP: 1-19
doi:10.18576/amis/120101
Author(s)
John Bondestam Malmberg, Larisa Beilina,
Abstract
We consider a coefficient inverse problem to determine the dielectric permittivity in Maxwell’s equations, with data consisting of boundary measurements. The true dielectric permittivity is assumed to belong to an ideal space of very fine finite elements. The problem is treated using a Lagrangian approach to the minimization of a Tikhonov functional, where an adaptive finite element method forms the basis of the computations. A new a posteriori error estimate for the norm of the error in the reconstructed permittivity is derived. The adaptive algorithm is formulated and tested successfully in numerical experiments for the reconstruction of two, three, and four small inclusions with low contrast, as well as the reconstruction of a superposition of two Gaussian functions.

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