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- Alessandro Buccini, Marco Donatelli, Fabio Ferri:
Weakly Constrained Lucy-Richardson with Applications to Inversion of Light Scattering Data. J. Sci. Comput. 74(2): 786-804 (2018)
- Guido Kanschat, José Pablo Lucero Lorca:
A Weakly Penalized Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Radiation in Dense, Scattering Media. Comput. Meth. in Appl. Math. 16(4): 563-577 (2016)
- Hatsuhiro Kato, Hatsuyoshi Kato:
New Formulation for the Recursive Transfer Method Using the Weak Form Theory Framework and Its Application to Microwave Scattering. IEICE Transactions 96-A(12): 2698-2708 (2013)
- LianLin Li, Wenji Zhang, Fang Li:
Compressive Diffraction Tomography for Weakly Scattering. CoRR abs/0904.2695 (2009)
- Gerald E. Sacks:
Bounds on Weak Scattering. Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 48(1): 5-31 (2007)
- Yun Hua Zhang, Bo Xun Xiao, Guo Qiang Zhu:
An Improved Weak-Form BCGS-FFT Combined With DCIM for Analyzing Electromagnetic Scattering by 3-D Objects in Planarly Layered Media. IEEE Trans. Geoscience and Remote Sensing 44(12): 3540-3546 (2006)
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