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Theoretical Inverse Problems for 3-D Electromagnetic Fields

P. S. Martyshko
P. S. Martyshko
Geophysics Institute, Ural Department, Russian Academy of Sciences, Amundsen Str 100. 620016 Ekaterinburg, Russia.
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January 01, 1999


Theoretical inverse problem is the terminology (in the Russian literature) for a geophysical inverse problem in which the field is given by an explicit expression. This can arise, for example, when data are approximated by singular sources (monopoles, dipoles, etc.) in a half-space. This chapter derives explicit integrodifferential equations of theoretical inverse problems for 3-D electromagnetic fields satisfying the Helmholtz, telegraphic, and diffusion equations. Functional equations for a perfect conductor are presented, and some numerical examples are given.

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Geophysical Developments Series

Three-Dimensional Electromagnetics

Society of Exploration Geophysicists
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January 01, 1999




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