AffiliationUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
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AbstractTomographic imaging systems utilize various probing waveforms, such as microwaves, acoustic and ultrasound, and light, for different application objectives. This paper provides a comprehensive overview of various tomographic imaging systems operating in different modalities of mono-static, bi-static, and multi-static format in both transmission and reflection modes. Tomographic acoustic microscopy, ground-penetrating radar imaging, synthetic-aperture sonar imaging, 3D medical endoscopy and terrain survey are included as direct examples of the imaging technology, with historical overview, physical modeling and system analysis, and experiments.
SponsorsInternational Foundation for Telemetering