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1. A contribution to
the analytic theory of partial differential equations, *J.
Diff. Eqns.* **5** (l969), 117-135.

2. Jacobi polynomials of negative
index and a nonexistence theorem for the generalized axially
symmetric potential equation, *SIAM J. Appl. Math. ***l6**
(l968), 771-776.

3. Singularities of solutions to
elliptic partial differential equations with analytic
coefficients, *Quart. J. Math.* **19** (l968),
391-396 (with R. P. Gilbert).

4. Jacobi series which converge to
zero, with applications to a class of singular partial
differential equations, *Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc.* **65**
(l969), 101-106 (with Jet Wimp).

5. A priori estimates for solutions of
the Helmholtz equation in exterior domains and their
application, *J. Math. Anal. Appl.* **27** (l969),
253-26l.

6. Uniqueness theorems for axially
symmetric partial differential equations, *J. Math. Mech.*
**18** (1969), 921-930.

7. Analytic theory and uniqueness
problems for the generalized axially symmetric Schrodinger
equation, *J. Diff. Eqns.* **6** (l969), 264-270.

8. Cauchy's problem for almost linear
elliptic equations in two independent variables, *J.
Approx. Theory*, **3** (l970), 66-71.

9. John's decomposition theorem for
generalized metaharmonic functions, *J. London Math. Soc.*
**1** (l969), 737-742.

10. Nonlinear analytic partial
differential equations with generalized Goursat data, *Duke
Math. J.* **37** (l970), 367-376. Corrigendum, 39
(l972), 823 (with R. P. Gilbert).

11. Applications of a class of
singular partial differential equations to Gegenbauer series
which converge to zero, *SIAM J. Math. Anal.* **1**
(l970), 90-95.

12. A contribution to Vekua-Rellich
theory of metaharmonic functions, *Amer. J. Math.*, **92**
(l970), 525-540 (with R. P. Gilbert).

13. Decomposition theorems for the
generalized metaharmonic equation in several independent
variables, *J. Australian Math. Soc.* **13** (l972),
35-46.

14. Cauchy's problem for a singular
parabolic partial differential equation, *J. Diff. Eqns.*
**8** (l970), 250-257.

15. On the inverse scattering problem
for axially symmetric solutions of the Helmholtz equation, *Quart.
J. Math.* **22** (1971), 125-130.

16. Cauchy's problem for almost linear
elliptic equations in two independent variables, II, *J.
Approx. Theory* **4** (1971), 288-294.

17. An integral operator approach to
Cauchy's problem for *SIAM J. Math. Anal.* **2** (1971), 113-132, (with R.
P. Gilbert).

18. Rapidly convergent approximations
to Dirichlet's problem for semi-linear elliptic equations, *Applicable
Analysis* **2** (1972), 229-240 (with R. P.
Gilbert).

19. Cauchy's problem for a class of
fourth order elliptic equations in two independent variables,
*Applicable Analysis ***1** (1971), 13-22.

20. Integral operators and complete
families of solutions for *Arch. Rat. Mech. Anal.* **43** (1971), 62-78.
Corrigendum, 48 (l972), 397 (with R. P. Gilbert).

21. Bergman operators for elliptic
equations in four independent variables, *SIAM J. Math.
Anal.* **3** (l972), 401-412.

22. Integral representations of
solutions to a class of fourth order elliptic equations in
three independent variables, *Mathematika* **18**
(1971), 283-290.

23. Integral operators for elliptic
equations in three independent variables I, *Applicable
Analysis* **4** (l974), 77-95.

24. Integral operators for elliptic
equations in three independent variables II, *Applicable
Analysis* **4** (l975), 283-295.

25. On the analytic theory of
pseudoparabolic equations, *Quart. J. Math.***23**
(1972), 179-192.

26. Improperly posed initial value
problems for self-adjoint hyperbolic and elliptic equations, *SIAM
J. Math. Anal.* **4** (1973), 42-5l.

27. Pseudoparabolic equations in one
space variable, *J. Diff. Eqns.***12** (l972),
559-565.

28. Integral operators and the first
initial boundary value problem for pseudoparabolic equations
with analytic coefficients, *J. Diff. Eqns.* **13**
(l973), 506-522.

29. Bergman operators for parabolic
equations in two space variables, *Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.*
**38** (l973), ll9-l26.

30. The non-characteristic Cauchy
problem for parabolic equations in one space variable, *SIAM
J. Math. Anal.* **5** (l974), 263-272.

31. The non-characteristic Cauchy
problem for parabolic equations in two space variables, *Proc.
Amer. Math. Soc.* **41** (l973), 55l-556.

32. Generalized reflection principles
for parabolic equations in one space variable, *Duke Math.
J. ***41** (l974), 547-553.

33. Integral operators and reflection
principles for parabolic equations in one space variable, *J.
Diff. Eqns.* **15** (l974), 55l-559.

34. The approximation of solutions to
initial boundary value problems for parabolic equations in one
space variable, *Quart. Applied Math.* **33**
(l976), 377-386.

35. The inverse Stefan problem for the
heat equation in two space variables, *Mathematika* **21**
(l974), 282-286.

36. Runge's theorem for parabolic
equations in two space variables, *Proc. Roy. Soc.
Edinburgh* **73A** (l975), 307-3l5.

37. Complete families of solutions for
parabolic equations with analytic coefficients, *SIAM J.
Math. Anal.* **6** (l975), 937-947.

38. The solution of initial-boundary
value problems for parabolic equations by the method of
integral operators, *J. Diff. Eqns.*, **26** (l977),
181-l90.

39. Constructive methods for solving
the exterior Neumann problem for the reduced wave equation in
a spherically symmetric medium, *Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh*,
**75A** (l976), 98-l07 (with W. Wendland).

40. An inverse scattering problem for
acoustic waves in a spherically symmetric medium, *Proc.
Edinburgh Math. Soc.* **20** (l977), 257-263.

41. A reflection principle for
solutions to the Helmholtz equation and an application to the
inverse scattering problem, *Glasgow Math. J.*, **18**
(l977), 125-130.

42. Complete families of solutions to
the heat equation and generalized heat equation in *J. Diff. Eqns.*, **25** (l977), 96-l07 (with W.
Watzlawek).

43. The scattering of acoustic waves
by a spherically stratified inhomogeneous medium, *Proc.
Roy. Soc. Edinburgh*, **76A** (l977), 345-350.

44. The exterior Dirichlet problem for
*Applicable Analysis*, **7** (l978), 207-212.

45. The scattering of acoustic waves
by a spherically stratified medium and an obstacle, *SIAM
J. Math. Anal.*, **9** (l978), 935-942.

46. The solution of problems in
radiowave propagation by the method of parabolic equations and
transformation operators, *Applicable Analysis*, **8**
(l978), ll-22.

47. The numerical solution of
parabolic partial differential equations by the method of
integral operators, *Int. J. Computer Math.*, **6**
(l977), 229-239 (with Y. F. Chang).

48. On reflection principles for
parabolic equations in one space variable, *Proc. Edinburgh
Math. Soc.*, **21** (l978), l43-l47.

49. The construction of solutions to
acoustic scattering problems in a spherically stratified
medium, *Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math.*, **31**
(l978), 9-17 (with R. Kress).

50. Remarks on the representation of
zero by solutions of differential equations, *Proc. Amer.
Math. Soc.*, 74
(l979), 232-234 (with J. Wimp).

51. The construction of solutions to
acoustic scattering problems in a spherically stratified
medium II, *Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math.*, 32 (l979), 53-62 (with R.
Kress).

52. The construction of solutions to
the heat equation backward in time, *Math. Methods Applied
Science*, 1
(l979), 32-39 (with J. Wimp).

53. Asymptotic behavior of the
fundamental solution to the equation of heat conduction in two
temperatures, *J. Math. Anal. Appl.*, 69 (l979), 4ll-4l8 (with
J. Wimp).

54. The approximation of solutions to
the backwards heat equation in a nonhomogeneous medium, *J.
Math. Anal. Appl.*, 72
(l979), 418-429.

55. The inverse scattering problem for
a cylinder, *Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh*, 84A (l979), l35-l43.

56. Arthur Erdelyi (Obituary Notice),
*Bull. London Math. Soc.*, **11** (1979), 191-207.

57. The direct and inverse scattering
problems for an arbitrary cylinder: Dirichlet boundary
conditions, *Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh*, 86A (l980), 29-42 (with R.
Kleinman).

58. Schwarz reflection principles for
solutions of parabolic equations, *Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.*,
82 (l98l),
87-94.

59. Iterative methods for solving the
exterior Dirichlet problem for the Helmholtz equation with
applications to the inverse scattering problem for low
frequency acoustic waves, *J. Math. Anal. Appl.* 77 (l980), 60-72 (with R.
Kress).

60. Remarks on the inverse scattering
problem for low frequency acoustic waves, *J. Diff. Eqns.*,
37 (l980),
374-38l.

61. The determination of the surface
impedance of an obstacle from measurements of the far field
pattern, *SIAM J. Appl. Math.* 41 (l98l), 8-l5 (with A.
Kirsch).

62. Stable methods for solving the
inverse scattering problem for a cylinder, *Proc. Roy. Soc.
Edinburgh*, 89A
(l98l), l8l-l88 (with A. Kirsch).

63. The impedance boundary value
problem for the time harmonic Maxwell equations, *Math.
Methods Applied Science*, 3 (l98l), 475-487 (with R. Kress).

64. The inverse electromagnetic
scattering problem for a perfectly conducting cylinder, *IEEE
Transactions
on Antennas and Propagation* **29** (1981), 364-368.

65. The three dimensional inverse
scattering problem for acoustic waves, *J. Diff. Eqns.*
46 (1982), 46-58 (with
T. S. Angell and A. Kirsch).

66. Runge's theorem and far field
patterns for the impedance boundary value problem in acoustic
wave propagation, *SIAM J. Math. Anal.* 13 (l982), 970-977.

67. The unique solvability of the null
field equations of acoustics, *Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math.*,
36 (l983), 87-95 (with
R. Kress).

68. Stable methods for determining the
surface impedance of an obstacle from low frequency far field
data, *Applicable Analysis*, 14 (l982), 6l-70.

69. Dense sets and far field patterns
in acoustic wave propagation, *SIAM J. Math. Anal.*, 15 (l984), 996-l006
(with A. Kirsch).

70. Far field patterns for the
impedance boundary value problem in acoustic scattering, *Applicable
Analysis*, 16
(1983), 131-139.

71. The numerical solution of the
inverse Stefan problem in two space variables, *SIAM J.
Appl. Math.*, 44
(1984), 996-1013 (with R. Reemtsen).

72. The inverse scattering problem for
time-harmonic acoustic waves, *SIAM Review*, **26**
(1984), 323-350.

73. Uniqueness theorems for the
inverse problem of acoustic scattering, *IMA J. Appl. Math.* 31 (l983), 253-259 (with
B. D. Sleeman).

74. Dense sets and far field patterns
in electromagnetic wave propagation, *SIAM J. Math. Anal.*,
16 (1985), 1049-1060,
(with R. Kress).

75. Analytic solutions of the heat
equation and some formulas for Laguerre and Hermite
polynomials, *Complex Variables* 3 (l984), 397-412 (with
J. Wimp).

76. The strong maximum principle for
the heat equation, *Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc.*, 27 (1984), 297-299.

77. A novel method for solving the
inverse scattering problem for time-harmonic acoustic waves in
the resonance region, *SIAM J. Appl. Math.*, 45 (1985), 1039-1053
(with P. Monk).

78. A novel method for solving the
inverse scattering problem for time-harmonic acoustic waves in
the resonance region II, *SIAM J. Appl. Math.*, 46 (1986), 506-523 (with
P. Monk).

79. Generalized Herglotz domains, *Math.
Methods Applied Sciences*, 8 (1986), 451-457 (with J. Wimp).

80. The numerical solution of the
three dimensional inverse scattering problem for time harmonic
acoustic waves, *SIAM J. Sci. Stat. Comp.*, 8 (1987), 278-291 (with P.
Monk).

81. The inverse scattering problem for
time harmonic acoustic waves in a penetrable medium, *Quart.
J. Mech. Appl. Math.*, 40
(1987), 189-212 (with P. Monk).

82. The inverse scattering problem for
time harmonic acoustic waves in an inhomogeneous medium, *Quart.
J. Mech. Appl. Math.*, 41
(1988), 97-125 (with P. Monk).

83. Dense sets and far field patterns
for acoustic waves in an inhomogeneous medium, *Proc.
Edinburgh Math. Soc.*, 31
(1988), 401-407.

84. Karp's theorem in acoustic
scattering theory, *Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.*, 103 (1988), 783-788 (with
A. Kirsch).

85. Far field patterns and the inverse
scattering problem for electromagnetic waves in an
inhomogeneous medium, *Math. Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc.*, 103 (1988), 561-575 (with
L. Päivärinta).

86. Karp's theorem in electromagnetic
scattering theory, *Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.*, 104 (1988), 764-769 (with
R. Kress).

87. Far field patterns and the inverse
scattering problem for acoustic waves in an inhomogeneous
medium, *Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math.*, 42 (1989), 317-326.

88. Some preliminary observations on
an algorithm for the computation of moment integrals, *J.
Comp. Applied Math.*, 19
(1987), 117-124 (with A. Calardi, B. Kline and J. Wimp).

89. Far field patterns for acoustic
waves in an inhomogeneous medium, *SIAM J. Math. Anal.*
20 (1989), 1472-1483
(with A. Kirsch and L. Päivärinta).

90. The inverse scattering problem for
time harmonic acoustic waves in an inhomogeneous medium:
numerical experiments, *IMA Jour. Appl. Math.*, 42 (1989), 77-95 (with
P. Monk).

91. A new method for solving the
inverse scattering problem for acoustic waves in an
inhomogeneous medium, *Inverse Problems* 5 (1989), 1013-1026 (with
P. Monk).

92. Far field patterns and inverse
scattering problems for imperfectly conducting obstacles, *Math.
Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc.* 106
(1989), 553-569 (with T.S. Angell and R. Kress).

93. The scattering of electromagnetic
waves by a perfectly conducting infinite cylinder, *Math.
Methods Applied Sciences*, 12 (1990), 503-518 (with P. Monk).

94. Far field patterns for
electromagnetic waves in an inhomogeneous medium, *SIAM J.
Math. Anal.*, 21
(1990), 1537-1549 (with L. Päivärinta).

95. Time harmonic electromagnetic
waves in an inhomogeneous medium, *Proc. Roy. Soc.
Edinburgh* 116A
(1990), 279-293 (with R. Kress).

96. A new method for solving the
inverse scattering problem for acoustic waves in an
inhomogeneous medium II, *Inverse Problems*, 6 (1990), 935-947 (with
P. Monk).

97. The use of polarization effects in
electromagnetic inverse scattering problems, *Math. Methods
Applied Science*, 15
(1992), 1-10 (with A. Kirsch).

98. An approximation problem in
inverse scattering theory, *Applicable Analysis*, 41 (1991), 23-32 (with A.
Kirsch).

99. A comparison of two methods for
solving the inverse scattering problem for acoustic waves in
an inhomogeneous medium, *J. Comp. Appl. Math.* 42 (1992), 5-16 (with P.
Monk).

100. The uniqueness of a solution to
an inverse scattering problem for electromagnetic waves, *Arch.
Rational
Mech.
Anal.* 119
(1992), 59-70 (with L. Päivärinta).

101. The numerical solution of an
inverse scattering problem for acoustic waves, *IMA Journal
Appl. Math.* 49
(1992), 163-184 (with P. Monk).

102. On a class of integral equations
of the first kind in inverse scattering theory, *SIAM J.
Appl. Math.*, 53 (1993),
847-860 (with P. Monk).

103. Modified far field operators in
inverse scattering theory, *SIAM J. Math. Anal*, 24 (1993), 365-389 (with
P. Hahner).

104. Target signatures for imperfectly
conducting obstacles at fixed frequency, *Quart. J. Mech.
Appl. Math.* 47 (1994),
1-15 (with A. Kirsch).

105. Eigenvalues of the far field
operator and inverse scattering theory, *SIAM J. Math Anal.*,
26 (1995), 601-615
(with R. Kress).

106. Eigenvalues of the far field
operator for the Helmholtz equation in an absorbing medium, *SIAM
J. Appl. Math.*, 55 (1995),
1724-1735
(with R. Kress).

107. A modified dual space method for
solving the electromagnetic inverse scattering problem for an
infinite cylinder, *Inverse Problems*, 10 (1994), 87-107 (with P.
Monk).

108. The detection and monitoring of
leukemia using electromagnetic waves: mathematical theory, *Inverse
Problems* 10 (1994),
1235-1251
(with P. Monk).

109. A new approach to detecting
leukemia: using computational electromagnetics, *IEEE Comp.
Science and Engineering*, **2** (1995), 46-52 (with
P. Monk).

110. The detection and monitoring of
leukemia using electromagnetic waves: numerical analysis, *Inverse
Problems* 11
(1995), 329-342 (with P. Monk).

111. A new algorithm in
electromagnetic inverse scattering theory with an application
to medical imaging, *Math Methods Applied Science*, 20 (1997), 385-401 (with
R. Kress and P. Monk).

112. A simple method for solving
inverse scattering problems in the resonance region, *Inverse
Problems,* **12** (1996), 383-393 (with A.
Kirsch).

113. A linear sampling method for the
detection of leukemia using microwaves, *SIAM J. Applied
Math.*, **58** (1998), 926-941 (with P. Monk).

114. A simple method using Morozov's
discrepancy principle for solving inverse scattering problems,
*Inverse Problems,* **13** (1997), 1477-1493 (with M.
Piana and R. Potthast).

115. Inverse scattering from an
orthotropic medium, *J. Comp. Appl. Math.,* **81**
(1997), 269-298 (with R. Kress and P. Monk).

116. The simple method for solving the
electromagnetic inverse scattering problem: the case of TE
polarized waves, *Inverse Problems,* **14** (1998),
597-614 (with M. Piana).

117. The inverse electromagnetic
scattering problem for an anisotropic medium, *Quart. J.
Mech. Appl. Math.* **52** (1999), 349-372 (with R.
Potthast).

118. A regularized sampling method for
solving three dimensional inverse scattering problems, *SIAM
J. Scientific Computation*, **21** (2000), 2316-2330
(with K. Giebermann and P. Monk).

119. A linear sampling method for the
detection of leukemia using microwaves II, *SIAM J. Applied
Math., ***60** (1999), 241-255 (with P. Monk).

120. Transmission eigenvalues and a
problem of Hans Lewy, *J. Comp. Appl. Math.*, **117**
(2000), 91-104 (with L. Päivärinta).

121. Recent developments in inverse
acoustic scattering theory, *SIAM Review*, **42**
(2000), 369-414 (with J. Coyle and P. Monk).

122. An approximation property of
importance in inverse scattering theory, *Proc. Edinburgh
Math. Soc.*, **44** (2001), 449-454 (with B. D.
Sleeman).

123. Inequalities for inverse
scattering problems in absorbing media, *Inverse
Problems, ***17 **(2001), 597-605 (with M.
Piana).

124. The direct and inverse scattering
problems for partially coated obstacles, *Inverse Problems*,
**17 **(2001), 1997-2015 (with F. Cakoni and P. Monk).
Corrigendum, Inverse
Problems, 29
(2013), 029501.

125. On the denseness of Herglotz wave
functions and electromagnetic Herglotz pairs in Sobolev
spaces, *Math. Methods Applied Science, ***24 **(2001),
1289-1303 (with R. Kress).

126. Mathematical and numerical
methods in inverse acoustic scattering theory, *Zeit. Ang.
Math. Mech.*, **81 **(2001), 723-731 (with P. Monk).

127. The linear sampling method for
anisotropic media, *J. Comp. Appl. Math., ***146 **(2002),
285-299
(with
F.
Cakoni
and H. Haddar).

128. The linear sampling method for
solving the electromagnetic inverse scattering problem, *SIAM
J. Scientific Computation, ***24** (2002),
719-731 (with H. Haddar and P. Monk).

129. Combined far field operators in
electromagnetic inverse scattering theory, *Math. Methods
Applied Science, * **26** (2003),
413-429 (with F. Cakoni).

*Inverse Problems, ***19**
(2003), 279-295 (with F.Cakoni).

131. On the mathematical basis of the linear sampling
method, *Georgian Mathematical Journal*, **10 **(2003),
411-425 (with F. Cakoni).

*Inverse Problems, ***19**
(2003), 627-642 (with F. Cakoni and E. Darrigrand).

133. A uniqueness theorem for an
inverse electromagnetic scattering problem in inhomogeneous
anisotropic media, *Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc.* **46**
(2003), 293-314 (with
F. Cakoni).

134. The linear sampling method in
inverse electromagnetic scattering theory, *Inverse
Problems,* **19**, (2003), 105-137
(with H. Haddar and M. Piana).

135. The determination of the surface impedance of a partially
coated obstacle from far field data, *SIAM J. Appl. Math*.,
**64** (2004), 709-723 (with F.
Cakoni).

136. The electromagnetic inverse
scattering problem for partially coated Lipschitz domains, *Proc.
Royal
Soc. Edinburgh, *134A*
*(2004), 661-682 (with F. Cakoni and P. Monk).

137. A target signature for distinguishing perfect conductors
from anisotropic media of finite conductivity,
*Math. Comp. Sim.* **66
**(2004), 325-335 (with
F. Cakoni).

138. The determination of the surface conductivity of a
partially coated dielectric, *SIAM
J. Appl. Math. *65
(2005), 767-789 (with F. Cakoni and P. Monk).

140. Open problems in the qualitative approach to inverse electromagnetic scattering theory,

141. Target identification of coated objects,

142. Target identification of burried objects, Comp. Appl. Math., 25 (2006), 269-288 (with F. Cakoni).

143. Using fundamental solutions in inverse scattering, Inverse Problems 22 (2006), R49 - R66 (with R.Kress).

144. The inverse electromagnetic scattering problem for a partially coated dielectric,

145. The interior transmission problem, Inverse Problems and Imaging, 1 (2007), 13-28 (with L. Paivarinta and J. Sylvester).

146. On the use of transmission eigenvalues to estimate the index of refraction from far field data, Inverse Problems, 23 (2007), 507-522 (with F. Cakoni and P. Monk).

147. Inequalities in inverse scattering theory, Inverse and Ill-posed Problems, 15 (2007), 483-491 (with F. Cakoni).

148. Transmission eigenvalues and the nondestructive testing of dielectrics, Inverse Problems, 24 (2008) 065016 (with F. Cakoni and M. Cayoren).

149. The computation of lower bounds for the norm of the index of refraction in an anisotropic media from far field data, Jour. Integral Equations and Applications, 21 (2009), 203-227 (with F. Cakoni and H. Haddar).

150. The determination of boundary coefficients from far field measurements, Jour. Integral Equations and Applications, 22 (2010), 167-191 (with F. Cakoni and P. Monk).

151. The interior transmission problem for regions with cavities, SIAM J. Math. Anal., 42 (2010), 145-162 (with F. Cakoni and H. Haddar).

152. On the determination of Dirichlet or transmission eigenvalues from far field data, Compte Rendues Mathematique, 348 (2010), 379-383 (with F. Cakoni and H. Haddar).

153. Analytical and computational methods for transmisson eigenvalues, Inverse Problems, 26 (2010), 045011 (with P. Monk and J. Sun).

154. The inverse electromagnetic scattering problem for anisostropic media, Inverse Problems, 26 (2010), 074004 (with F. Cakoni, P. Monk and J. Sun).

155. The interior transmission eigenvalue problem, SIAM J. Math. Anal., 42 (2010), 2912-2921 (with F. Cakoni and D. Gintides).

156. The inverse scattering problem for cavities with impedance boundary condition, Advances in Computational Mathematics, 36 (2012), 157-174 (with H. Qin).

157. The inverse scattering problem for cavities, Applied Numerical Mathematics, 62 (2012), 699-708 (with H. Qin).

158. The interior transmission eigenvalue problem for absorbing media, Inverse Problems, 28 (2012), 045005 (with F. Cakoni and H. Haddar).

159. Complex transmission eigenvalues for spherically stratified media, Inverse Problems, 28 (2012), 075005 (with Y. J. Leung).

160. Complex eigenvalues and the inverse spectral problem for transmission eigenvalues, Inverse Problems, 29 (2013), 104008 (with Y. J. Leung).

161. The inverse scattering problem for a penetrable cavity with internal measurements, Contemporary Mathematics, Vol. 615, AMS, Providence, RI, 2014, 71-88 (with F. Cakoni and S. Meng).

162. Toward a time domain approach to the linear sampling method, Inverse Problems, 29 (2013) 095016 (with Y. Guo and P. Monk).

163. The inverse spectral problem for exterior transmission eigenvalues, Inverse Problems, 30 (2014) 055010 (with Y. J. Leung and S. Meng).

164. Spectral properties of the exterior transmission eigenvalue problem, Inverse Problems, 30 (2014) 105010 (with S. Meng).

165. Distribution of complex transmission eigenvalues for spherically stratified media,

166 The linear sampling method for sparse small aperture data,

167 On a transmission eigenvalue problem for a spherically stratified coated dielectric,

168 The existence of complex transmission eigenvalues for spherically stratified media,

169 Stekloff eigenvalues in inverse scattering,

170 The Born transmission eigenvalue problem,

171 Qualitative methods in inverse electromagnetic scattering theory,

172 The inverse spectral problem for transmission eigenvalues (with S. Cogar and Y.J. Leung), submitted for publication.