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Bibliography

1
M. Burger and B. Hackl.
Level set methods for geometric inverse problems.
Inverse Problems Workshop, Obergurgl, Austria, April 2005.
2
H. Egger.
Preconditioning iterative regularization methods.
Workshop on Inverse Problems, Obergurgl, April 2005.
3
H. Engl.
Hot stuff: From iron and steel making via inverse problems to finance and academia and business - the industrial mathematics structure in linz.
CAIMS 2005, Kanada, June 2005.
4
B. Hackl.
Level sets, phase field and topological gradients in inverse problems.
Workshop on ``Level Set Methods for Direct and Inverse Problems'', Linz 2005, September 2005.
5
B. Hackl.
Topological derivative and the level set method for geometric inverse problems.
SIAM Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA, July 2005.
6
A. Hofinger.
A real-time solution for an inverse Cauchy problem in cardiology.
SFB Status seminar, Strobl, Austria, March 2005.
7
A. Hofinger.
A real-time solution for an inverse Cauchy problem in cardiology.
Obergurgl, April 2005.
8
A. Hofinger.
A real-time solution for an inverse Cauchy problem in cardiology.
SFB Status seminar, Strobl, Austria, 2005.
9
H. K. Pikkarainen.
State estimation approach to nonstationary inverse problems: discretization error and filtering problem.
The Eleventh Inverse Days, Helsinki, Finland, December 2005.
10
R. Stütz.
Estimation of discontinuous solutions of ill-posed problems using adaptive grid techniques.
SFB Status Seminar Strobl, Austria, March 2005.
11
R. Stütz.
Estimation of discontinuous solutions of ill-posed problems via the moving grid approach.
Workshop Inverse Problems, Obergurgl, Austria, April 2005.




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