The Effects of Limited Data in Multi-Frequency Reflection Diffraction Tomography
This paper examines the implications of reconstruction from limited spatial frequency coverage in multi-frequency reflection diffraction tomography. The inversion equation in reflection diffraction tomography is presented. It is shown that the resultant multi-frequency data provides coverage in a one-quadrant of the spatial frequency domain. This coverage yields accurate information regarding the surface structure of the object under study.
KeywordsSpatial Frequency Tangent Line Fourth Quadrant Diffraction Tomography Receiver Line
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