## Reconstruction of an aircraft using LSM

| Example 1 |
Example 2 |
Limited Aperture |

Authors: F. Collino, M. Fares, H. Haddar

We used the Linear Sampling Method to reconstruct an aircraft from the
knowledge of the far fields associated to incident plane waves. The far fields
are computed using the CERFACS code based on integral equations.

The following examples use 252 incident directions uniformly distributed on the
unit sphere.

There are also examples with limited apertures

The wavelength is indicated in the pictures by a thick blue line.

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### Example 1

Exact geometry

Reconstructed geometry
(wavelength = 1)

Reconstructed geometry
(wavelength = 0.5)

### Example 2

Exact geometry

Reconstructed geometry (wavelength = 1)

Reconstructed geometry (wavelength = 0.5)