Identification of polygonal domains using PIES in inverse boundary problems modeled by 2D Laplace's equation
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The paper presents an original method to identify polygonal boundary geometry in 2D boundary problems defined by Laplace's equation using a parametric integral equation system (PIES). In the PIES, the polygonal boundary shape is defined mathematically by means of parametric linear segments, with a small number of corner points being posed. Identification of the polygonal boundary is reduced to identification of the corner points. Finally, the solution of the problem is reduced to the solution of a non-linear system of algebraic equations. Coordinates of identified corner points are obtained after solving the system of equations.
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