Dominique Lesselier

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We are concerned with the retrieval of the unknown cross section of a homogeneous cylindrical obstacle embedded in a homogeneous medium and illuminated by time-harmonic electromagnetic line sources. The dielectric parameters of the obstacle and embedding materials are known and piecewise constant. That is, the shape (here, the contour) of the obstacle is(More)
In this paper a MUSIC (standing for multiple signal classification) algorithm for locating small inclusions buried in a half-space from the scattering amplitude at a fixed frequency is developed. The underlying application area which motivated this work is the imaging of antipersonnel mines from electromagnetic data, formulated as an inverse scattering(More)
Qualitative ultrasonic imaging of cylindrical fluid targets is investigated by a diffraction tomography technique applied to experimental data. The principles of the image formulation are stated and an experimental setup is described. Experimental difficulties related to the short wavelength used and respective advantages in collecting the data, either with(More)
Most biological bodies are structured in the sense that they contain quite well-defined interfaces between regions of different types of tissue or anatomical material. Extracting structural information from medical or biological images has been an important research topic for a long time. Recently, much attention has been devoted to quite novel techniques(More)