Bayesian approach to the anisotropic EIT problem and effect of structural changes on reconstruction algorithm using 2-D D-bar algorithm
Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT) is a relatively new imaging technique that is non-invasive, low-cost, and non-ionizing with excellent temporal resolution.In EIT, the unknown electrical conductivity in the interior of the medium is determined from the boundary electrical measurements. In this work, we attempt to find a direct reconstruction algorithm to the anisotropic EIT problem based on the well-known Calderón's method. The non-uniqueness of the inverse problem is dealt with assuming that the directions of anisotropy are known. We utilize the quasi-conformal map in the plane to accomplish ...
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Mueller, Jennifer L.