### A numerical solution of diffraction problems for the radiation transport equation.

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The basic concepts and models used in the study of nuclear magnetic resonance are introduced. A simple imaging experiment is described, as well as, the reduction of the problem of selective excitation to a classical problem in inverse scattering.

We consider the inverse scattering of time-harmonic plane waves to reconstruct the shape of a sound-soft crack from a knowledge of the given incident field and the phaseless data, and we check the invariance of far field data with respect to translation of the crack. We present a numerical method that is based on a system of nonlinear and ill-posed integral equations, and our scheme is easy and simple to implement. The numerical implementation is described and numerical examples are presented to...

We consider a deconvolution problem of estimating a signal blurred with a random noise. The noise is assumed to be a stationary Gaussian process multiplied by a weight function function εh where h ∈ L2(R1) and ε is a small parameter. The underlying solution is assumed to be infinitely differentiable. For this model we find asymptotically minimax and Bayes estimators. In the case of solutions having finite number of derivatives similar results were obtained in [G.K. Golubev and R.Z. Khasminskii,...

Blur is a common problem that limits the effective resolution of many imaging systems. In this article, we give a general overview of methods that can be used to reduce the blur. This includes the classical multi-channel deconvolution problems as well as challenging extensions to spatially varying blur. The proposed methods are formulated as energy minimization problems with specific regularization terms on images and blurs. Experiments on real data illustrate very good and stable performance of...

The time-dependent intensity of a UV-photon source, located inside an interstellar cloud, is determined by formulating and solving an inverse problem for the integro-differential transport equation of photons in a one-dimensional slab. Starting from a discretizazion of the forward problem, an iterative procedure is used to compute the values of the source intensity at increasing values of the time.