A Differential Inverse Problem from Cardiac Imaging
 Abstract
In this paper we consider a 2D model for the electrocardiographic inverse problem. By a classical 5point stencil discretization we get an overdetermined sparse system of equations. We firstly derive a model verification procedure based on the solution of a wellposed direct problem. Then we solve the system by a classical CG algorithm, but with two special stopping rules, according to the "discrepancy principle" for numerical solution of inverse problems.
 BibTeX

@inproceedings{id726, author = {Mohr, M. and Popa, C. and R\"ude, U.}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Mathematical Modelling of Environmental and Life Sciences Problems, Constanta}, editor = {Ion, S. and Marinoschi, G. and Popa, C.}, language = {en}, pages = {189{\textendash}204}, publisher = {Editura Academiei Rom\^ane}, series = {Series on Mathematical Modelling of Environmental and Life Sciences Problems}, title = {A Differential Inverse Problem from Cardiac Imaging}, year = {2004}, }
 EndNote

%O Conference Proceedings %A Mohr, M. %A Popa, C. %A Rüde, U. %B Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Mathematical Modelling of Environmental and Life Sciences Problems, Constanta %E Ion, S. %E Marinoschi, G. %E Popa, C. %G en %P 189–204 %I Editura Academiei Române %S Series on Mathematical Modelling of Environmental and Life Sciences Problems %T A Differential Inverse Problem from Cardiac Imaging %D 2004