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Two regularization methods to identify a space-dependent source for the time-fractional diffusion equation. (English) Zbl 1266.65161
Authors’ abstract: The inverse problem of identifying a space-dependent source for the time-fractional diffusion equation is investigated. Such a problem is obtained from the classical diffusion equation in which the time derivative is replaced with a Caputo derivative of order α(0,1]. We show that such a problem is ill-posed and apply the Tikhonov regularization method and a simplified Tikhonov regularization method to solve it based on the solution given by the separation of variables. Convergence estimates are presented under an a priori parameter choice rule and an a posteriori parameter choice rule, respectively. Finally, numerical examples are given to show that the regularization methods are effective and stable.
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