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2015-05-28
2016-09-28

Abstract

When signals are recorded on a planar aperture with point emitters/detectors, from either a three-dimensional (3D) scattering potential or from a 3D spatially-incoherent source distribution, an integral equation arises containing the product of two Green's functions in the weak scattering limit (the Born approximation). This fundamental imaging equation for scatterers or sources is derived and solved analytically.

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