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Stability for finite element discretization of some inverse parameter problems from internal data - application to elastography

Abstract : In this article, we provide stability estimates for the finite element discretization of a class of inverse parameter problems of the form −∇ • (µS) = f in a domain Ω of R d. Here µ is the unknown parameter to recover, the matrix valued function S and the vector valued distribution f are known. As uniqueness is not guaranteed in general for this problem, we prove a Lipschitz-type stability estimate in an hyperplane of L 2 (Ω). This stability is obtained through an adaptation of the so-called discrete inf-sup constant or LBB constant to a large class of first-order differential operators. We then provide a simple and original discretization based on hexagonal finite element that satisfies the discrete stability condition and shows corresponding numerical reconstructions. The obtained algebraic inversion method is efficient as it does not require any iterative solving of the forward problem and is very general as it does not require any smoothness hypothesis for the data nor any additional information at the boundary.
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Elie Bretin, Pierre Millien, L. Seppecher. Stability for finite element discretization of some inverse parameter problems from internal data - application to elastography. 2022. ⟨hal-03299133v2⟩

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