IS THE PROBLEM OF SURFACE SITE PROTECTION IN MINING AREAS CORRECTLY POSED?
1st International Scientific Conference - SGEM2001, www.sgem.org, SGEM2001 Conference Proceedings/ ISBN: 954-918181-2, June 3-9, 2001, 141- 152pp
The problem of surface site protection in mining areas consists in finding such an order
of mining that an exactly determined subsidence is obtained on the ground surface.
The aim is achieved by solving Fredholm’s integral equation of the first kind. This
problem is ill-posed. It is solved by using Tikhonov’s regularisation method.
PAPER 2001/s03.7: IS THE PROBLEM OF SURFACE SITE PROTECTION IN MINING AREAS CORRECTLY POSED?
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