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Microwave imaging methods and applications

Author: Matteo Pastorino; Andrea Randazzo
Publisher: Boston : Artech House, [2018]
Series: Artech House microwave library.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The book provides practitioners and researchers with a complete overview of the latest and most important non-invasive and non-destructive techniques for inspecting structures and bodies by using  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matteo Pastorino; Andrea Randazzo
ISBN: 9781630813482 1630813486
OCLC Number: 1028168797
Description: x, 284 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction --
2.Basic Concepts of Microwave Imaging Systems and Electromagnetic Characterization of Materials --
2.1.Active Imaging Systems --
2.1.1.Microwave Frequencies --
2.1.2.Illuminating Systems --
2.1.3.Receiving Systems --
2.1.4.Interaction Between the Incident Field and the Target to be Inspected --
2.2.Dielectric Properties of the Medium --
2.2.1.Parametric Models of the Dielectric Properties --
References --
3.Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Imaging and Inverse Scattering --
3.1.Electromagnetic Scattering --
3.2.Two-Dimensional Inverse Scattering --
3.3.Inverse Scattering Solving Procedures: the Example of a Newton Method in Lp Banach Spaces --
References --
4.Microwave Imaging in Civil Engineering and Industrial Applications --
4.1.Potentialities and Limitations of Microwave Imaging in Civil Engineering and Industrial Applications Note continued: 4.2.Electromagnetic Characterization of Some Materials Used in Civil and Industrial Microwave Imaging --
4.2.1.Dielectric Properties of Concrete --
4.2.2.Dielectric Properties of Plastic Materials --
4.2.3.Dielectric Properties of Food and Vegetables --
4.2.4.Dielectric Properties of Wood --
4.3.Imaging of Civil Structures --
4.4.Imaging of Plastic Materials --
4.5.Imaging of Metallic Structures --
4.6.Imaging of Wood Materials --
4.7.Microwave Imaging in Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Food Industry, and Other Applications --
References --
5.Microwave Imaging for Biomedical Applications --
5.1.Potentialities and Limitation of Microwave Imaging in Biomedical Applications --
5.2.Electromagnetic Characterization of Biological Materials --
5.2.1.Dielectric Properties of Breast Tissues --
5.2.2.Dielectric Properties of Brain Tissues --
5.2.3.Dielectric Properties of Matching Media --
5.3.Numerical and Experimental Phantoms --
5.3.1.Breast Models Note continued: 5.3.2.Head Models --
5.4.Breast Imaging --
5.4.1.Beamforming-Based Imaging Techniques --
5.4.2.Inverse Scattering Techniques --
5.4.3.Overview of Experimental Apparatuses --
5.5.Brain Stroke Imaging --
5.5.1.Approaches Based on Classification --
5.5.2.Qualitative Approaches --
5.5.3.Quantitative Approaches Based on Inverse Scattering --
5.5.4.Overview of Experimental Imaging Apparatuses --
5.6.Other Medical Applications --
References --
6.Microwave Imaging for Subsurface Prospection --
6.1.Potentialities and Limitations of Microwave Imaging for Subsurface Prospection --
6.2.Dielectric Properties of the Soil --
6.3.Ground Penetrating Radar Basics --
6.4.Measurement Configurations for Subsurface Sensing --
6.5.Migration Processing Techniques --
6.6.Inverse Scattering-Based Approaches for Subsurface Prospecting --
6.6.1.Linearized Approaches --
6.6.2.Nonlinear Inversion Techniques --
6.6.3.Other Approaches Note continued: 6.7.Overview of Practical Implementations of Subsurface Imaging Systems --
References --
7.Microwave Imaging for Security Purposes --
7.1.Potentialities and Limitations of Microwave Imaging for Security Applications --
7.2.Through-the-Wall Imaging --
7.2.1.Wall Characterization --
7.2.2.Beamforming Approaches for TWI --
7.2.3.Inverse Scattering Approaches for TWI --
7.2.4.Overview of Practical Implementations of TWI Systems --
7.3.Concealed Weapon Detection --
References --
8.New Trends and Future Developments --
References.
Series Title: Artech House microwave library.
Responsibility: Matteo Pastorino, Andrea Randazzo.

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