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shape optimization; fictitious domain approach
We deal with practical aspects of an approach to the numerical realization of optimal shape design problems, which is based on a combination of the fictitious domain method with the optimal control approach. Introducing a new control variable in the right-hand side of the state problem, the original problem is transformed into a new one, where all the calculations are performed on a fixed domain. Some model examples are presented.
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