|Identifying a region by how its boundary vibrates: analytical and geometrical aspects|
A problem formulated by I.M. Gelfand in the 1950s is to
reconstruct the metric tensor of a compact Riemannian
manifold with boundary, from data
on the spectrum of its Laplace operator, with the Neumann
boundary condition, and the behavior at the boundary of the
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