We shall derive a direct sampling method for the recovery of wave-penetrable inhomogeneous scatterers in a three-dimensional stratified ocean waveguide. The proposed method is simple, straightforward and computationally efficient since no matrix inversions, optimizations or solutions of ill-posed linear systems are involved. Moreover, it is highly tolerant to noise and is applicable with a few scattered fields corresponding to only two or four incidences. In addition, a priori knowledge of either the number of disconnected components or the physical features of the unknown obstacles is not required by the direct sampling method. A mathematical derivation is provided for its validation and several extensive numerical experiments are shown to evaluate the effectiveness and feasibility of the newly proposed method.
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics – Elsevier
Published: Aug 15, 2018
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