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|Title:||Three dimensional imaging using T-ray computed tomography|
|Citation:||Technical digest : summaries of papers presented at the Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference : Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, California, May 19-24, 2002 / pp. 44-45.|
|Publisher:||Optical Society of America|
|Series/Report no.:||OSA trends in optics and photonics ; 74.|
|Conference Name:||Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference (2002 : Long Beach, Calif.)|
|Bradley Ferguson, Shaohong Wang, Doug Gray, Derek Abbott and X.-C. Zhang|
|Abstract:||T-ray computed tomography imaging has significant potential in a number of applications. It is capable of reconstructing the 3D structure and frequency dependent far-infrared optical properties of an object. Using the reconstructed material properties different substances may be uniquely identified despite being hidden within other opaque structures. Applications of this technology are foreseen in non-destructive mail/packaging inspection, semiconductor testing, quality control of plastics and certain biomedical applications where the absorption of THz is not prohibitive.|
|Rights:||Copyright 2002, Optical Society of America|
|Appears in Collections:||Electrical and Electronic Engineering publications|
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