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Phase retrieval and phaseless inverse scattering with background information

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RNTW03 - New tomographic methods using particles

We consider the problem of finding a compactly supported potential in the multidimensional Schrödinger equation from its differential scattering cross section (squared modulus of the scattering amplitude) at fixed energy. In the Born approximation this problem simplifies to the phase retrieval problem of reconstructing the potential from the absolute value of its Fourier transform on a ball. To compensate for the missing phase information we use the method of a priori known background scatterers. In particular, we propose an iterative scheme for finding the potential from measurements of a single differential scattering cross section corresponding to the sum of the unknown potential and a known background potential, which is sufficiently disjoint. The performance of the proposed algorithms is demonstrated in numerical examples. This talk is based on the work  Hohage, Novikov, Sivkin, Preprint 2022, hal-03806616  

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