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Introduction to microwave imaging / Natalia K. Nikolova.

By: Material type: TextTextSeries: EuMA high frequency technologies seriesPublisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2017Description: xix, 343 pages : illustrations ; 26 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 110708556X
  • 9781107085565
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 621.367 23 N.N.I
LOC classification:
  • TK7876 .N55 2017
Contents:
Cover -- Half title -- Series -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Endorsements -- Contents -- Preface -- Notation -- Acronyms -- 1 Scalar-Wave Models in Electromagnetic Scattering -- 1.1 Partial Differential Equations for Scalar Waves in the Time Domain -- 1.2 Plane, Spherical, and Cylindrical Waves in the Time Domain -- 1.3 Partial Differential Equations for Scalar Waves in the Frequency Domain -- 1.4 Plane, Spherical, and Cylindrical Waves in the Frequency Domain -- 1.5 Green's Functions: The Basics -- 1.5.1 Green's Function as an Impulse Response -- 1.5.2 Toward the Construction of Solutions Using Green's Functions 1.5.3 Green's Theorem and Integral Solution for Helmholtz's Operator 1.5.4 Green's Theorem and Integral Solution for the Wave Operator -- 1.5.5 Interior and Exterior Integral Solutions of the Wave Equation -- 1.5.6 Uniqueness of Green's Functions -- 1.5.7 Reciprocity of Green's Functions -- 1.5.8 Green's Theorem and Integral Solution for the Damped-Wave Operator -- 1.5.9 The Mathematical Perspective: Adjoint and Self-Adjoint Operators and Green's Functions -- 1.6 Integral Solutions to the Wave Equation -- 1.6.1 Causal and Acausal Waves and Green's Functions 1.6.2 Causal Interior and Exterior Integral Solutions to the Wave Equation 1.6.3 Integral-Equation Models of Transient Radiation -- 1.6.4 Integral-Equation Model of Transient Back-Propagation -- 1.6.5 The Initial-Value Problem -- 1.6.6 The Initial-Value Problem-Back-Propagation -- 1.7 Integral Solutions to the Helmholtz Equation -- 1.7.1 Interior and Exterior Kirchhoff-Helmholtz Equations -- 1.7.2 Application of the Surface Equivalence Principle to Radiation -- 1.7.3 Uniqueness Theorem and the Relationship between Single-Layer and Double-Layer Equivalent Surface Sources 1.7.4 Application of the Surface Equivalence Principle to Scattering 1.7.5 Fourier Transform and Causal Solutions in the Frequency Domain -- 1.7.6 Acausal Solutions in the Frequency Domain -- 1.7.7 Green's Causal and Acausal Functions in the Frequency Domain -- 1.7.8 Integral-Equation Models of Radiation in the Frequency Domain -- 1.7.9 Integral-Equation Models of Back-Propagation in the Frequency Domain -- 1.8 Incident Wave, Scattered Wave, and Induced Sources of Scattering -- 1.9 Integral-Equation Models of Scattering in Terms of Induced Sources -- 1.10 Green's Function as an Incident Field 1.10.1 Green's Function in the Case of Point-Wise Sampling 1.10.2 Green's Function in Complex Background Medium -- 1.10.3 Auxiliary Sources Generating Green's Function (Adjoint Sources) -- 1.10.4 Relationship between Actual Sources and Adjoint Sources -- 1.10.5 Examples of Adjoint Sources -- 1.11 Fundamental Solutions to the Wave Equation -- 1.12 Fundamental Solutions to the Helmholtz Equation -- 1.13 The Born Series in the Scalar Model of Scattering -- 1.14 The Born Approximation in the Scalar Model of Scattering -- 1.15 Convergence Criterion for the Born Series
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Cover -- Half title -- Series -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Endorsements -- Contents -- Preface -- Notation -- Acronyms -- 1 Scalar-Wave Models in Electromagnetic Scattering -- 1.1 Partial Differential Equations for Scalar Waves in the Time Domain -- 1.2 Plane, Spherical, and Cylindrical Waves in the Time Domain -- 1.3 Partial Differential Equations for Scalar Waves in the Frequency Domain -- 1.4 Plane, Spherical, and Cylindrical Waves in the Frequency Domain -- 1.5 Green's Functions: The Basics -- 1.5.1 Green's Function as an Impulse Response -- 1.5.2 Toward the Construction of Solutions Using Green's Functions 1.5.3 Green's Theorem and Integral Solution for Helmholtz's Operator 1.5.4 Green's Theorem and Integral Solution for the Wave Operator -- 1.5.5 Interior and Exterior Integral Solutions of the Wave Equation -- 1.5.6 Uniqueness of Green's Functions -- 1.5.7 Reciprocity of Green's Functions -- 1.5.8 Green's Theorem and Integral Solution for the Damped-Wave Operator -- 1.5.9 The Mathematical Perspective: Adjoint and Self-Adjoint Operators and Green's Functions -- 1.6 Integral Solutions to the Wave Equation -- 1.6.1 Causal and Acausal Waves and Green's Functions 1.6.2 Causal Interior and Exterior Integral Solutions to the Wave Equation 1.6.3 Integral-Equation Models of Transient Radiation -- 1.6.4 Integral-Equation Model of Transient Back-Propagation -- 1.6.5 The Initial-Value Problem -- 1.6.6 The Initial-Value Problem-Back-Propagation -- 1.7 Integral Solutions to the Helmholtz Equation -- 1.7.1 Interior and Exterior Kirchhoff-Helmholtz Equations -- 1.7.2 Application of the Surface Equivalence Principle to Radiation -- 1.7.3 Uniqueness Theorem and the Relationship between Single-Layer and Double-Layer Equivalent Surface Sources 1.7.4 Application of the Surface Equivalence Principle to Scattering 1.7.5 Fourier Transform and Causal Solutions in the Frequency Domain -- 1.7.6 Acausal Solutions in the Frequency Domain -- 1.7.7 Green's Causal and Acausal Functions in the Frequency Domain -- 1.7.8 Integral-Equation Models of Radiation in the Frequency Domain -- 1.7.9 Integral-Equation Models of Back-Propagation in the Frequency Domain -- 1.8 Incident Wave, Scattered Wave, and Induced Sources of Scattering -- 1.9 Integral-Equation Models of Scattering in Terms of Induced Sources -- 1.10 Green's Function as an Incident Field 1.10.1 Green's Function in the Case of Point-Wise Sampling 1.10.2 Green's Function in Complex Background Medium -- 1.10.3 Auxiliary Sources Generating Green's Function (Adjoint Sources) -- 1.10.4 Relationship between Actual Sources and Adjoint Sources -- 1.10.5 Examples of Adjoint Sources -- 1.11 Fundamental Solutions to the Wave Equation -- 1.12 Fundamental Solutions to the Helmholtz Equation -- 1.13 The Born Series in the Scalar Model of Scattering -- 1.14 The Born Approximation in the Scalar Model of Scattering -- 1.15 Convergence Criterion for the Born Series

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