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The Inverse Conductivity Problem and the Hyperbolic X-Ray Transform
It is shown here how the approximate inversion algorithm of Barber & Brown for the linearized inverse conductivity problem in the disk can be interpreted exactly in terms of the X-ray transform with respect to the Poincare ...
Interpolating Varieties for Spaces of Meromorphic Functions
Various interesting results on interpolation theory of entire functions with given growth conditions have been obtained by imposing conditions on multiplicity varieties and weights. All the results discussed in the literature ...
Wronskians and Linear Dependency of Entire Functions in Cn
Wronskians criteria for linear dependency of multivariate functions are given
Computer Assisted Tomography Applied to Plasma Electron Distribution Functions
We consider several possible instruments based on Computer Tomography to determine space plasma distribution functions.
Bounds for the Degrees in Polynomial Equations
Conference delivered by Dr. C.A. Berenstein at the American Mathematics Society Summer Institute in Several Complex Variables, Santa Cruz, August 1989.
Local Inversion of the Radon Transform in Even Dimensions Using Wavelets
We use the theory of the continuous wavelet transform to derive inversion formulas for the Radon transform. These formulas are almost local for even dimensions in the sense that for a given mean square error we can decide ...
Range of the k-Dimensional Radon Transform in Real Hyperbolic Spaces
Characterizations of the range of the totally geodesic k- dimensional Radon transform on the n-dimensional hyperbolic space are given both in terms of moment conditions and as the kernel of a differential operator.