Biomedical microwave imaging is a topic of
continuous research for its potential in different areas especially in breast cancer detection. In this paper, 3D UWB Magnitude-Combined tomographic algorithm is assessed for this recurrent application, but also for a more challenging one such as brain stroke detection. With the UWB Magnitude-Combined concept, the algorithm can take advantage of both the efficiency of Fourier Diffraction
Theorem-based tomographic formulation and the
robustness and image quality improvement provided by a multi-frequency combination.
CitationGuardiola, M. [et al.]. 3D UWB magnitude-combined tomographic imaging for biomedical applications. Algorithm validation. "Radioengineering", Juny 2011, vol. 20, núm. 2, p. 366-372.
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