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Inverse Problems and Imaging (IPI)
 

ISSN 1930-8337(print)
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Inverse Problems and Imaging includes research articles of the highest quality that employ innovative mathematical and modeling techniques to study inverse and imaging problems arising in engineering and other sciences. Every published paper has a strong mathematical orientation employing methods from such areas as control theory, discrete mathematics, differential geometry, harmonic analysis, functional analysis, integral geometry, mathematical physics, numerical analysis, optimization, partial differential equations, stochastic and statistical methods. The field of applications include medical and other imaging, nondestructive testing, geophysical prospection and remote sensing as well as image analysis and image processing.

This journal is committed to recording important new results in its field and will maintain the highest standards of innovation and quality. To be published in this journal, a paper must be correct, novel, nontrivial and of interest to a substantial number of researchers and readers.

IPI will have four issues published in 2016 in February, May, August and November.

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TOP 10 Most Read Articles in IPI, February 2016

1

4D-CT reconstruction with unified spatial-temporal patch-based regularization
Volume 9, Number 2,  Pages: 447 - 467,  2015

Daniil Kazantsev, William M. Thompson, William R. B. Lionheart, Geert Van Eyndhoven, Anders P. Kaestner, Katherine J. Dobson, Philip J. Withers and Peter D. Lee

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Coordinate descent optimization for l1 minimization with application to compressed sensing; a greedy algorithm
Volume 3, Number 3,  Pages: 487 - 503,  2009

Yingying Li and Stanley Osher

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Iterative choice of the optimal regularization parameter in TV image restoration
Volume 9, Number 4,  Pages: 1171 - 1191,  2015

Alina Toma, Bruno Sixou and Françoise Peyrin

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Application of mixed formulations of quasi-reversibility to solve ill-posed problems for heat and wave equations: The 1D case
Volume 9, Number 4,  Pages: 971 - 1002,  2015

Eliane Bécache, Laurent Bourgeois, Lucas Franceschini and Jérémi Dardé

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Homogenization of the transmission eigenvalue problem for periodic media and application to the inverse problem
Volume 9, Number 4,  Pages: 1025 - 1049,  2015

Fioralba Cakoni, Houssem Haddar and Isaac Harris

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Stabilized BFGS approximate Kalman filter
Volume 9, Number 4,  Pages: 1003 - 1024,  2015

Alexander Bibov, Heikki Haario and Antti Solonen

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Template matching via $l_1$ minimization and its application to hyperspectral data
Volume 5, Number 1,  Pages: 19 - 35,  2011

Zhaohui Guo and Stanley Osher

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8

Video stabilization of atmospheric turbulence distortion
Volume 7, Number 3,  Pages: 839 - 861,  2013

Yifei Lou, Sung Ha Kang, Stefano Soatto and Andrea L. Bertozzi

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Locally sparse reconstruction using the $l^{1,\infty}$-norm
Volume 9, Number 4,  Pages: 1093 - 1137,  2015

Pia Heins, Michael Moeller and Martin Burger

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A new Kohn-Vogelius type formulation for inverse source problems
Volume 9, Number 4,  Pages: 1051 - 1067,  2015

Xiaoliang Cheng, Rongfang Gong and Weimin Han

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