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Theoretical results in inverse problems for size, solvability, and uniqueness in the p-n junction and doping profile of semiconductors
We present an overview of mathematical models for electrons and holes in semiconductors.
We use these to pose some inverse problems for determining the doping
profile of a semiconductor. We establish the solvability of the equilibrium equation
λ²∆u = e^u−e^(-u)–C in Ω. We also obtain information about the conductivity
coefficient in the important case when it is piecewise constant and discontinuous.
Thesis (M.S.)--Wichita State University, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics.