Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 11th, 2010
"The method uses Born-type iterations and a constrained minimization to reconstruct successively improved images. The use of time-domain data allows very few transmitters and receivers to be used. It is shown that this technique achieves super-resolution, namely 0.1 wavelength. The method is able to recover contrasts of over 2:1. It can also recover objects with minute contrasts of as low as 10%, thus taking a step...
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