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AASCIT Communications | Volume 2, Issue 6 | Dec. 1, 2015 online | Page:296-300
Inverse Problem Method: A Complementary Way for the Design and the Characterization of Nanostructures
Nanotechnology has reached a level of maturity that allows them to take advantage of the computer-aided design. The inverse problem methodologies can help to achieve this by exceeding the simple explanation of phenomena and the direct optimization of devices. The only condition is that the scientific community takes ownership of these methods and considers them to be effective development tools.
Dominique Barchiesi, Automatic Mesh Generation and Advanced Methods (GAMMA3), University of Technology of Troyes (UTT) - Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et Automatique (INRIA), Troyes cedex, France.
Thomas Grosges, Automatic Mesh Generation and Advanced Methods (GAMMA3), University of Technology of Troyes (UTT) - Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et Automatique (INRIA), Troyes cedex, France.
Nanotechnology, Inverse Problem, Propagation of Uncertainties, Tolerance in Engineering Processes, Abacus, Plasmonics
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Submitted: Sep. 20, 2015
Accepted: Oct. 21, 2015
Published: Dec. 1, 2015
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