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Tomography of nonlinear materials via the monotonicity principle

Overview of attention for article published in International Journal of Applied Electromagnetics & Mechanics, April 2024
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Tomography of nonlinear materials via the monotonicity principle
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International Journal of Applied Electromagnetics & Mechanics, April 2024
DOI 10.3233/jae-230129
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Vincenzo Mottola, Antonio Corbo Esposito, Gianpaolo Piscitelli, Antonello Tamburrino

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