2 edition of Microwave imaging found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Wiley series in microwave and optical engineering|
|LC Classifications||TA417.25 .P37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009041788|
In the past decade, metamaterials have attracted a lot of attention because of their abilities to exhibit unusual electromagnetic properties. These properties are exploited in designing functional components and devices for many potential applications. In this chapter, we review the theory and design of metamaterial structures for microwave near‐field imaging/: Hatem El Matbouly. Confocal microwave imaging involves illuminating the breast with an ultra-wideband pulse from a number of antenna locations, then synthetically focusing reflections from the breast.
The object of imaging, however, is the inverse problem, which, in contrast to the forward problem, is expressed as effect → cause. Finding what caused an effect is not an easy task. The second part of this book is dedicated to the mathematical methods used to accomplish this : Natalia K. Nikolova. Her research interests include inverse scattering, microwave imaging, as well as computer-aided analysis and design of high-frequency structures and antennas. Prof. Nikolova has authored more than refereed manuscripts, 3 book chapters, and the book “Introduction to Microwave Imaging” just published by Cambridge University Press.
Along the past years, he published 25+ research papers and a book on advanced microwave imaging methods. He was the recipient of the University Academic Award of the Technische Universität München (TUM) in , the Innovation Award of Rohde & Schwarz (R&S) in and , and last but not least, he received the IEEE MTT Microwave Prize. The preliminary ideas concerning the application of microwave techniques to medical imaging have been summarized in a book by Larsen and Jacobi (). Microwave medical imaging is often still considered an emerging technique, since accurate and effective dielectric reconstructions are .
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Microwave Imaging offers comprehensive descriptions of the most important techniques so far proposed for short-range microwave imaging―including reconstruction procedures and imaging systems and apparatus―enabling the reader to use microwaves for diagnostic purposes in a wide range of applications.
This hands-on resource features:Format: Hardcover. Microwave imaging—a technique used in sensing a given scene by means of interrogating microwaves—has recently proven its usefulness in providing excellent diagnostic capabilities in several areas, including civil and industrial engineering, nondestructive testing and evaluation, geophysical prospecting, and biomedical engineering.
The book is intended for researchers, engineers and postgraduates in the fields of electronics systems, signal information processing and data analysis, microwave remote sensing and microwave imaging radar, as well as space technology, especially in the microwave remote sensing and airborne or space-borne microwave imaging radar fields.
A self-contained, introductory text covering the fundamentals of microwave and radar image generation. Including application examples and practical exercises, and accompanied online by sample MATLAB codes and color figures, this is an ideal resource for graduate students, researchers and professionals starting out in the field of microwave by: An introduction to the most relevant theoretical and algorithmic aspects of modern microwave imaging approaches.
Microwave imaging—a technique used in sensing a given scene by means of interrogating microwaves—has recently proven its usefulness in providing excellent diagnostic capabilities in several areas, including civil and industrial engineering, nondestructive testing and evaluation.
With this self-contained, introductory text, readers will easily understand the fundamentals of microwave and Microwave imaging book image generation.
Written with the complete novice in mind, and including an easy-to-follow introduction to electromagnetic scattering theory, it Microwave imaging book key topics such as forward models of scattering for interpreting S-parameter and time-dependent voltage data, S-parameters and Cited by: The active technique of microwave imaging has recently proven to provide excellent diagnostic capabilities in several areas.
Offering comprehensive descriptions of the most important techniques so far proposed for short-range microwave imaging (including reconstruction procedures, imaging systems and apparatuses, and current applications), Microwave Imaging includes a review of Author: Matteo Pastorino.
We overview the research trend on microwave imaging for early breast cancer detection. The technologies have two categories: ultra-wide band (UWB) radar that reconstructs the scattering power distribution in the breast and inverse scattering problem that reconstructs the dielectric properties distribution.
We have developed a clinical equipment using UWB radar and carried out clinical test 4 Cited by: 5. Thus microwave measurements and imaging can potentially aid the diagnosis of malignant tumors, and a multitude of techniques and systems have been developed during the past decades.
Active techniques include, e.g., the evaluation of the complex permittivity of a sample by free-space quasi-optical techniques and near-field probes, as well as. An introduction to the most relevant theoretical and algorithmic aspects of modern microwave imaging approaches Microwave imaging—a technique used in sensing a given scene by means of interrogating microwaves—has recently proven its usefulness in providing excellent diagnostic capabilities in several areas, including civil and industrial engineering, nondestructive testing and evaluation.
An introduction to the most relevant theoretical and algorithmic aspects of modern microwave imaging approachesMicrowave imaging—a technique used in sensing a given scene by means of interrogating microwaves—has recently proven its usefulness in providing excellent diagnostic capabilities in several areas, including civil and industrial engineering, nondestructive testing and evaluation.
Microwave imaging--a technique used in sensing a given scene by means of interrogating microwaves--has recently proven its usefulness in providing excellent diagnostic capabilities in several areas, including civil and industrial engineering, nondestructive testing and evaluation, geophysical prospecting, and biomedical engineering.
Please use one of the following formats to cite this article in your essay, paper or report: APA. Thomas, Liji. (, January 09). Microwave Imaging for Breast Cancer: Procedure.
Moreover, the microwave imaging equipment consists of a microwave source, a receiver, an antenna-array for transmitting the signals, and a radiofrequency switch to switch between different antenna. Ultrawide band (UWB) microwave imaging is a promising method for the detection of early stage breast cancer, based on the large contrast in electrical parameters between malignant tumour tissue and the surrounding normal breast-tissue.
In this paper, the detection and imaging of a malignant tumour are performed through a tomographic based microwave system and signal by: 8. The book presents developments in the microwave holographic techniques for near-field imaging applications such as biomedical imaging and non-destructive testing of materials.
The authors also examine novel holographic techniques to gain super-resolution or quantitative images. Integrated detection techniques that can characterize the morphological properties of cells are needed for the widespread use of lab-on-a-chip technology.
Herein, we establish a theoretical and experimental framework to use resonant microwave sensors in their higher order modes so that the morphological prop. articles on microwave near-field imaging that are of possible interest to the reader include references ,  and .
We do not consider localized microwave electromagnetic field probing in this review, as the reader can find coverage of this topic in  and  and in the chapter by.
This book collates past and current research on one of the most promising emerging modalities for breast cancer detection. Readers will discover how, as a standalone technology or in conjunction with another modality, microwave imaging has the potential to provide reliable, safe and comfortable breast exams at.
Breast cancer is a disease that occurs most often in female cancer patients. Early detection can significantly reduce the mortality rate. Microwave breast imaging, which is noninvasive and harmless to human, offers a promising alternative method to mammography.
This paper presents a review of recent advances in microwave imaging for breast cancer by:. Microwave imaging 1.
ICT// GROUP Jaspers 2. Microwave Imaging 2 3. Microwave imaging is a science which has been evolved from older detecting/locating techniques in order to evaluate hidden or embedded objects in a structure or media using electromagnetic in microwave regime (i.e., ~ MHz GHz) 3Microwave Imaging.CHAPTER FOUR Imaging Configurations and Model Approximations OBJECTIVES OF THE RECONSTRUCTION In practical applications, the objectives of the inspection can be very different.
In certain cases, it can be - Selection from Microwave Imaging [Book].Microwave imaging techniques have shown good capabilities in various fields such as civil engineering, nondestructive testing, industrial applications, and have in recent decades experienced strong growth as a research topic in biomedical diagnostics.