Boundary extraction based imaging method by incorporating FDTD based wavefront analysis for microwave mammography

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Microwave UWB(Ultra Wideband) radar is promising as a non-invasive medical imaging, such as breast cancer or brain stroke detection due to its non-ionizing feature and deeper penetration ability in low loss medium. While various imaging algorithms has been developed, most of them are based on delay-and-sum (DAS) approach, which could not accurately… (More)

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@article{Kidera2017BoundaryEB, title={Boundary extraction based imaging method by incorporating FDTD based wavefront analysis for microwave mammography}, author={Shouhei Kidera and Kazuki Noritake}, journal={2017 International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA)}, year={2017}, pages={888-891} }