In this paper, the recently developed multiplicative
regularized contrast source inversion method is applied to microwave
biomedical applications. The inversion method is fully
iterative and avoids solving any forward problem in each iterative
step. In this way, the inverse scattering problem can efficiently be
solved. Moreover, the recently developed multiplicative regularizer
allows us to apply the method blindly to experimental data.
We demonstrate inversion from experimental data collected by
a 2.33-GHz circular microwave scanner using a two-dimensional
(2-D) TM polarization measurement setup. Further some results
of a feasibility study of the present inversion method to the
2-D TE polarization and the full-vectorial three-dimensional
measurement will be presented as well.
CitationAbubakar, A.; Berg, V.; Mallorqui, J.J. Imaging of biomedical data using a multiplicative regularized contrast source inversion method. "IEEE transactions on microwave theory and techniques", Juliol 2002, vol. 50, núm. 7, p. 1761-1771.
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