Quantitative images of large biological bodies in microwave tomography by using numerical and real data
PublisherIEE-INST ELEC ENG
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A new inverse microwave imaging algorithm is presented which has the ability to obtain quantitative dielectric maps of large biological bodies. By using a priori information, obtained with a first order algorithm, the final image is obtained by solving the direct problem and an ill-conditioned system of equations into an iterative procedure. The algorithm has been successfully tested with real data from an experimental scanner.
CitationMallorquí, J.J.; Joachimowicz, N.; Broquetas, A.; Bolomey, J. Ch. Quantitative images of large biological bodies in microwave tomography by using numerical and real data. Electronics letters, 1996, vol. 23, núm. 23, p. 2138-2140.
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