Kevin Guangran Zhu

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Microwave radar and microwave-induced thermoacoustics, recently proposed as promising breast cancer detection techniques, each have shortcomings that reduce detection performance. Making the assumption that the measurement noises experienced when applying these two techniques are independent, we propose a methodology to process the input signals jointly(More)
Microwave-based techniques for breast tumour detection rely on the inherent electrical difference between malign and healthy tissue in the microwave range. Microwave-radar and microwave-induced thermoacoustic methods both struggle when the dielectric contrast between the tumorous and background tissues is relatively small. In this work, we propose a(More)
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