# An Introduction to Identification Problems Via Functional Analysis.

Series: Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems SerPublisher: Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2001Copyright date: ©2001Description: 1 online resource (256 pages)Content type:- text

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Intro -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Parameter Identification in Linear Ordinary Differential Equations -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Examples of inverse problems -- 1.3. Appendix. Exponential of a square matrix -- Chapter 2. Identification Problems in Hilbert Spaces -- 2.1. An identification problem related to a first-order differential equation -- 2.2. Analysis of the dependence on the data of the solution ({yn}, λ) to problem (2.1.5), (2.1.6) -- 2.3. The minimization method -- 2.4. A further identification problem -- 2.5. A generalization to the vector case -- 2.6. An identification problem for a second-order differential equation -- Chapter 3. Proper Riemann Integrals for Banach-valued Functions. Curvilinear Integrals and Banach-valued Holomorphic Functions -- 3.1. Proper Riemann Integrals: basic properties -- 3.2. Curvilinear Integrals and Banach-valued Holomorphic Functions -- Chapter 4. Riemann-Stieltjes Integrals of Banach-valued Functions -- 4.1. Riemann-Stieltjes integrals over compact intervals -- Chapter 5. Improper Riemann Integrals for Banach Space-valued functions -- 5.1. Improper integrals -- Chapter 6. Banach Algebras and Spectral Analysis for Linear Bounded Operators -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Basic properties of the spectrum of an element -- 6.3. Integration of Banach algebra-valued functions -- 6.4. Banach algebra-valued holomorphic functions and the spectral theorem -- Chapter 7. Identifying Parameters in First-Order Partial Differential Equations -- 7.1. An identification problem relative to a first-order linear partial differential equation -- 7.2. An identification problem relative to a non-linear first-order partial differential equation -- Chapter 8. Identification Problems relative to Linear Bounded Operators I -- 8.1. An identification problem relative to a first-order differential equation -- 8.1.1. The singular case.

8.1.2. The supersingular case -- 8.1.3. Continuous dependence on the data -- 8.2. An identification problem relative to a second-order differential equation -- 8.3. A particular case -- 8.4. An integro-differential identification problem -- 8.5. A onedimensional integro-differential identification problem -- Chapter 9. Identification Problems Relative to Linear Bounded Operators II -- 9.1. An abstract control problem -- 9.2. A concrete example -- Chapter 10. Analysis of the Continuous Dependence on the Data -- 10.1. Construction of an abstract model for the analysis of the continuous dependence on the data -- 10.2. Continuous dependence on the data of the solution to the identification problem (8.4.1) -- 10.3. Appendix. Gronwall's generalized inequality -- Chapter 11. Linear Closed operators and Analytic Semigroups of Linear Bounded Operators -- 11.1. Linear closed operators -- 11.2. Resolvent set and spectrum of a linear operator -- 11.3. Sectorial operators -- Chapter 12. Cauchy Problems for Linear Abstract Differential Equations Relative to Sectorial Operators and Applications -- 12.1. Abstract differential equations and analytic semigroups. Applications to Cauchy problems -- 12.2. Applications -- Chapter 13. Identification Problems for Linear Abstract Differential Equations Relative to Sectorial Operators and Applications -- 13.1. An abstract identification problem -- 13.2. An application to a concrete case -- 13.3. An identification problem relative to an abstract non-autonomous first-order differential equation -- 13.4. Analysis of a Cauchy problem with coefficients depending on time only -- 13.5. Analysis of a Cauchy problem with non-homogeneous boundary value conditions on a bounded interval -- 13.6. Solving the identification problem (13.3.1)-(13.3.4) -- Bibliography -- List of Symbols.

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