We consider the problem of reconstructing a background potential from the dynamical behavior of vortex dipole. We prove that under suitable conditions, one can uniquely reconstruct a real-analytic potential by measuring the entrance and exit positions as well as travel times between boundary points. In particular, the work removes the flatness assumption on the potential from the earlier result. A key step of our method is a constructional procedure of recovering the boundary jet of the potential.
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R-Y Lai is partially supported by the NSF Grant DMS-1714490 and DMS-2006731.
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- Boundary determination
- Global uniqueness
- Inverse problems