Fixed domain approaches in shape optimization problems with Dirichlet boundary conditions
Neittaanmäki, P., Pennanen, A., & Tiba, D. (2009). Fixed domain approaches in shape optimization problems with Dirichlet boundary conditions. Inverse Problems, 25 (5).
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Fixed domain methods have well-known advantages in the solution of variable domain problems including inverse interface problems. This paper examines two new control approaches to optimal design problems governed by general elliptic boundary value problems with Dirichlet boundary conditions. Numerical experiments are also included
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