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Type: Journal article
Title: T-ray imaging and tomography
Author: Wang, S.
Ferguson, B.
Abbott, D.
Zhang, X.
Citation: Journal of Biological Physics, 2003; 29(2-3):247-256
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publ
Issue Date: 2003
ISSN: 0092-0606
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S. Wang, B. Ferguson, D. Abbott and X.-C. Zhang
Abstract: We demonstrate two algorithms used for reconstructing the target's structure based on the diffracted pulses and additionally show that a three-dimensional target can be reconstructed using the broadband pulses and a Fresnel lens by virtue of its frequency dependent focal length. One advantage of T-ray imaging is the ability to measure the far-infrared spectral response of the target. To highlight the importance of this spectral information, we demonstrate T-ray classification imaging with different biological samples using a simple classification algorithm and two dimensional T-ray spectroscopic images.
Keywords: Imaging; T-rays; tomography
Description: The original publication is available at
RMID: 0020030553
DOI: 10.1023/A:1024457212578
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