Diffusive tomography methods: special boundary conditions and characterization of inclusions

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Diffusive tomography methods: special boundary conditions and characterization of inclusions. / Hyvönen, Nuutti.

Espoo, 2004. (Helsinki University of Technology Institute of Mathematics Research Reports; No. A471).

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Hyvönen, N 2004 'Diffusive tomography methods: special boundary conditions and characterization of inclusions' Helsinki University of Technology Institute of Mathematics Research Reports, no. A471, Espoo.

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Hyvönen, N. (2004). Diffusive tomography methods: special boundary conditions and characterization of inclusions. (Helsinki University of Technology Institute of Mathematics Research Reports; No. A471). Espoo.

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Hyvönen N. Diffusive tomography methods: special boundary conditions and characterization of inclusions. Espoo. 2004, (Helsinki University of Technology Institute of Mathematics Research Reports; A471).

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Hyvönen, Nuutti / Diffusive tomography methods: special boundary conditions and characterization of inclusions.

Espoo, 2004. (Helsinki University of Technology Institute of Mathematics Research Reports; No. A471).

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