COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY FROM ULTRASOUND SCATTERED BY BIOLOGICAL TISSUES.

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The inverse ultrasonic scattering problem was approached by discretizing the Rytov form of the Helmholtz equation and subsequently digitally backward propagating the measured scattered wave through the object space from a multiplicity of views. By summing the backward propagated phases, one obtains a first approximation to the refraction index distribution. Advantages and disadvantages of the new method are discussed along with results in two dimensions.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSIAM - AMS Proceedings
EditorsDavid W. McLaughlin
Place of PublicationProvidence, RI, USA
PublisherAmerican Mathematical Soc
Pages53-63
Number of pages11
Volume14
ISBN (Print)082181334X
StatePublished - 1984

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Ultrasonic scattering
Helmholtz equation
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Greenleaf, J. F. (1984). COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY FROM ULTRASOUND SCATTERED BY BIOLOGICAL TISSUES. In D. W. McLaughlin (Ed.), SIAM - AMS Proceedings (Vol. 14, pp. 53-63). Providence, RI, USA: American Mathematical Soc.

COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY FROM ULTRASOUND SCATTERED BY BIOLOGICAL TISSUES. / Greenleaf, James F.

SIAM - AMS Proceedings. ed. / David W. McLaughlin. Vol. 14 Providence, RI, USA : American Mathematical Soc, 1984. p. 53-63.

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Greenleaf, JF 1984, COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY FROM ULTRASOUND SCATTERED BY BIOLOGICAL TISSUES. in DW McLaughlin (ed.), SIAM - AMS Proceedings. vol. 14, American Mathematical Soc, Providence, RI, USA, pp. 53-63.
Greenleaf JF. COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY FROM ULTRASOUND SCATTERED BY BIOLOGICAL TISSUES. In McLaughlin DW, editor, SIAM - AMS Proceedings. Vol. 14. Providence, RI, USA: American Mathematical Soc. 1984. p. 53-63
Greenleaf, James F. / COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY FROM ULTRASOUND SCATTERED BY BIOLOGICAL TISSUES. SIAM - AMS Proceedings. editor / David W. McLaughlin. Vol. 14 Providence, RI, USA : American Mathematical Soc, 1984. pp. 53-63
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