Direct Sampling Method for Diffusive Optical Tomography

  title={Direct Sampling Method for Diffusive Optical Tomography},
  author={Yat Tin Chow and Kazufumi Ito and Keji Liu and Jun Zou},
  journal={SIAM J. Sci. Comput.},
In this work, we are concerned with the diffusive optical tomography (DOT) problem in the case when only one or two pairs of Cauchy data is available. We propose a simple and efficient direct sampling method (DSM) to locate inhomogeneities inside a homogeneous background and solve the DOT problem in both full and limited aperture cases. This new method is easy to implement and less expensive computationally. Numerical experiments demonstrate its effectiveness and robustness against noise in the… Expand
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