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T1 - The D-bar method for electrical impedance tomography-demystified
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UR - http://hdl.handle.net/10138/324385
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A1 - Mueller, J. L.; Siltanen, S.
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Y1 - 2020
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AB - Electrical impedance tomography (EIT) is an imaging modality where a patient or object is probed using harmless electric currents. The currents are fed through electrodes placed on the surface of the target, and the data consists of voltages measured at the electrodes resulting from a linearly independent set of current injection patterns. EIT aims to recover the internal distribution of electrical conductivity inside the target. The inverse problem underlying the EIT image formation task is non...
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KW - D-bar method; electrical impedance tomography; complex geometrical optics; direct reconstruction algorithm; NOVIKOV-VESELOV EQUATION; INVERSE CONDUCTIVITY PROBLEM; GLOBAL UNIQUENESS; SPATIAL PRIOR; INTEGRAL-EQUATION; SCATTERING METHOD; RECONSTRUCTIONS; ALGORITHM; TRANSFORM; ADMITTIVITIES; 111 Mathematics
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