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Uniqueness in determining refractive indices by formally determined far-field data
We present two uniqueness results for the inverse problem of determining an index of refraction by the corresponding acoustic far-field measurement encoded into the scattering amplitude. The first one is a local uniqueness in determining a variable index of refraction by the fixed incident-direction scattering amplitude. The inverse problem is formally posed with such measurement data. The second one is a global uniqueness in determining a constant refractive index by a single far-fielddoi:10.1080/00036811.2014.924215 fatcat:frgw5zb4vndqjjkm4rxcfwkrnm