Danilo Erricolo

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—Radio frequency (RF) tomography is proposed to detect underground voids, such as tunnels or caches, over relatively wide areas of regard. The RF tomography approach requires a set of low-cost transmitters and receivers arbitrarily deployed on the surface of the ground or slightly buried. Using the principles of inverse scattering and diffraction(More)
We present an approach to performing rapid calculations of temperature within tissue by interleaving, at regular time intervals, 1) an analytical solution to the Pennes (or other desired) bioheat equation excluding the term for thermal conduction and 2) application of a spatial filter to approximate the effects of thermal conduction. Here, the basic(More)
A translation to Fortran 90 of Gertrude Blanch's algorithm for computing the expansion coefficients of the series that represent Mathieu functions is presented. Its advantages are portability, higher precision, practicality of use, and extended documentation. In addition, numerical validations and comparisons with other existing methods are presented.
The spatial resolution that is achievable using non-uniformly sampled data in the Fourier domain is examined. In particular, we focus on the typical non-uniform sampling that arises when diffraction tomography is used. We firstly introduce an effective conversion from non-uniform to uniform sampling grids using a transformation that minimizes an error(More)
—A modification of the standard application of Shanks transformation is shown to improve the convergence rate in certain cases where the straightforward application of Shanks transformation fails. Here, the straightforward application of Shanks transformation to a well known series expansion containing Mathieu functions failed to improve the convergence(More)
—Multipath is exploited to image targets that are hidden due to lack of line of sight (LOS) path in urban environments. Urban radar scenes include building walls, therefore creating reflections causing multipath returns. Conventional processing via synthetic aperture beamforming algorithms do not detect or localize the target at its true position. To remove(More)