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An Innovative Microwave-Imaging Technique for Nondestructive Evaluation: Applications to Civil Structures Monitoring and Biological Bodies Inspection

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6 Author(s)
Manuel Benedetti ; ELEDIA-Dept. of Inf. & Commun. Technol., Trento Univ. ; Massimo Donelli ; Anna Martini ; Matteo Pastorino
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Industrial and biomedical applications of microwave-imaging techniques based on inverse scattering integral relations become more and more important. In order to reduce computational costs and hence allow a quasi real-time processing, an innovative inversion procedure based on the use of a genetic algorithm and on the Sherman-Morrison-Woodbury matrix inversion method is presented. Selected numerical results concerning various scenarios and scatterer dimensions are presented in order to give some indications on the effectiveness and also current limitations of the proposed approach

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IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement  (Volume:55 ,  Issue: 6 )