Carl-Inge Colombo Nilsen

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To reduce the variance of speckle in coherent imaging systems, one must average images with different speckle realizations. Traditionally, these images have been formed by observing the target region from slightly different angles (spatial compounding) or by varying the involved temporal frequencies (frequency compounding). In this paper, we investigate a(More)
Applying the Capon adaptive beamformer in medical ultrasound imaging results in enhanced resolution by improving the interference-suppressing capabilities of the array. This improvement comes at the expense of an increased computational complexity. We have investigated the application of a beamspace adaptive beamformer for medical ultrasound imaging, which(More)
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