The Linear Sampling Method in Inverse Scattering Theory
A survey is given of the linear sampling method for solving the inverse scattering problem of determing the support of an inhomogeneous medium from a knowledge of the far field pattern of the scattered field. An application is given to the problem of detecting leukemia in the human body.
KeywordsLine Source Inverse Scattering Scattered Field Field Pattern Inverse Scattering Problem
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