This paper deals with the inverse scattering problem for a loss-less dielectric slab embedded in a loss-less homogeneous half-space starting from the knowledge of multi-frequency scattered field data. The Distorted Born Approximation (DBA) of the electromagnetic scattering is assumed and the features of two linear operators, accounting for the electromagnetic scattering and differing for the excitation law of the impinging plane wave, are discussed in terms of model error and class of retrievable unknowns by means of a Singular Value Decomposition (SVD) analysis. In particular, it is outlined how a suitable choice of the excitation of the impinging wave makes it possible to improve the reconstruction capabilities of the solution algorithm. In addition, the SVD-based solution approach makes it possible to face the ill-posedness and to regularize the problem. Numerical results confirm the effectiveness of the approach and the theoretical expectations.

Reconstruction of an embedded slab with Born Approximation from multifrequency data

Persico R
2004

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This paper deals with the inverse scattering problem for a loss-less dielectric slab embedded in a loss-less homogeneous half-space starting from the knowledge of multi-frequency scattered field data. The Distorted Born Approximation (DBA) of the electromagnetic scattering is assumed and the features of two linear operators, accounting for the electromagnetic scattering and differing for the excitation law of the impinging plane wave, are discussed in terms of model error and class of retrievable unknowns by means of a Singular Value Decomposition (SVD) analysis. In particular, it is outlined how a suitable choice of the excitation of the impinging wave makes it possible to improve the reconstruction capabilities of the solution algorithm. In addition, the SVD-based solution approach makes it possible to face the ill-posedness and to regularize the problem. Numerical results confirm the effectiveness of the approach and the theoretical expectations.
inverse scattering
Distorted Born Approximation
Reconstruction Algorithm
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