Inverse Transmission Problems for Magnetic Schrödinger Operators

Krupchyk, Katsiaryna
January 2014
IMRN: International Mathematics Research Notices;Jan2014, Vol. 2014 Issue 1, p65
Academic Journal
This paper is concerned with the study of inverse transmission problems for magnetic Schrödinger operators on bounded domains and in all of the Euclidean space, in the self-adjoint case. Assuming that the magnetic and electric potentials are known outside of a transparent obstacle, in the bounded domain case, we show that the obstacle, the transmission coefficients, as well as the magnetic field and electric potential inside the obstacle are uniquely determined from the knowledge of the set of the Cauchy data for the transmission problem, given on an open subset of the boundary of the domain. In the case of the transmission scattering problem, we obtain the same conclusion, when the scattering amplitude at a fixed frequency is known. The problems studied in this work were proposed in [15].


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