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Inverse scattering for anisotropic mirror image invariant media

Friden, Jonas LU (1993) In Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7028)/1-24/(1993) TEAT-7028.
Abstract
Basic tools to solve an inverse scattering problem for anisotropic media are

developed. A transient electromagnetic field impinges upon a slab of

anisotropic dispersive medium. The scattering kernels map the incident field to the scattered fields. The inverse scattering

problem is to reconstruct the components of the matrix susceptibility kernel from knowledge of the scattering kernels. The method is

based on the imbedding and Green functions equations. These equations are generalized to allow for an incident field at arbitrary

angle from one side of the slab and the mirror image field incident from the other side of the slab. Mirror image invariance is

investigated for a homogeneous... (More)
Basic tools to solve an inverse scattering problem for anisotropic media are

developed. A transient electromagnetic field impinges upon a slab of

anisotropic dispersive medium. The scattering kernels map the incident field to the scattered fields. The inverse scattering

problem is to reconstruct the components of the matrix susceptibility kernel from knowledge of the scattering kernels. The method is

based on the imbedding and Green functions equations. These equations are generalized to allow for an incident field at arbitrary

angle from one side of the slab and the mirror image field incident from the other side of the slab. Mirror image invariance is

investigated for a homogeneous slab. An inverse scattering problem for a homogeneous mirror image invariant medium is presented and

solved numerically using reflection data from one side of the slab only. (Less)
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developed. A transient electromagnetic field impinges upon a slab of<br/><br>
anisotropic dispersive medium. The scattering kernels map the incident field to the scattered fields. The inverse scattering<br/><br>
problem is to reconstruct the components of the matrix susceptibility kernel from knowledge of the scattering kernels. The method is<br/><br>
based on the imbedding and Green functions equations. These equations are generalized to allow for an incident field at arbitrary<br/><br>
angle from one side of the slab and the mirror image field incident from the other side of the slab. Mirror image invariance is<br/><br>
investigated for a homogeneous slab. An inverse scattering problem for a homogeneous mirror image invariant medium is presented and<br/><br>
solved numerically using reflection data from one side of the slab only.},
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  series       = {Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7028)/1-24/(1993)},
  title        = {Inverse scattering for anisotropic mirror image invariant media},
  volume       = {TEAT-7028},
  year         = {1993},
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