xiv FOREWORD
Chapter 1 we collect preliminary results concerning direct problems. We rec-
ommend to a reader who is mainly interested in applications first to read
Chapter 2, where main results, including versions for parabolic and hyper-
bolic equations, are presented. Chapters 3, 4, and 5 contain a complete
up-to-date exposition of the inverse problem of potential theory for elliptic
equations, the first in the mathematical literature. Chapters 6 and 7 describe
this problem as well as coefficient identification problems for parabolic and
hyperbolic equations.
We hope that this book will be useful both for specialists and for students
in partial differential equations, mathematical physics, and numerical analysis
as well as in physics, geophysics, chemistry, and engineering.
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