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Coefficient identification and fault detection in linear elastic systems; one dimensional problems

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  • The determination of parameter distributions, including fault detection, in elastic structures is a subject of great importance in structural engineering and related areas of applied mathematics. In this article we explore, in both continuous and discrete settings, some methods for approximate solution of such identification problems in a one dimensional linear elasticity framework. Methods for related optimization problems based on the matrix trace norm are described. The main objective of the paper is to introduce a method, believed new with this article, for which we suggest the names adjoint null space method or complementary projection method. Computational results for sample problems based on this technique are presented.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 65L09; Secondary: 74B05, 74G75.

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