As is known, solving the interior problem with prior data specified on a finite collection of intervals Ii is equivalent to analytic continuation of a function from Ii to an open set J. In the paper we prove that this analytic continuation can be obtained with the help of a simple explicit formula, which involves summation of a series. Our second result is that the operator of analytic continuation is not stable for any pair of Sobolev spaces regardless of how close the set J is to Ii. Our main tool is the singular value decomposition of the operator H−1 that arises when the e interior problem is reduced to a problem of inverting the Hilbert transform from incomplete data. The asymptotics of the singular values and singular functions of H−1, the latter being valid uniformly on compact subsets of the interior of Ii, was e obtained in . Using these asymptotics we can accurately measure the degree of ill-posedness of the analytic continuation as a function of the target interval J. Our last result is the convergence of the asymptotic approximation of the singular functions in the L2(Ii) sense. We also present a preliminary numerical experiment, which illustrates how to use our results for reducing the instability of the analytic continuation by optimizing the position of the intervals with prior knowledge.
|Titolo:||On Sobolev instability of the interior problem of tomography|
|Autori:||Bertola, M.; Katsevich, A.; Tovbis, A.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1016/j.jmaa.2015.12.062|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Journal article|