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SUBSPACE PATTERN RECOGNITION METHOD FOR BRAIN STROKE DETECTION

By Y. Wu, X. Xu, and M.-D. Zhu

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Abstract:
Brain stroke is a serious disease and one of the major causes of death. Stroke detection based on the frequently studied microwave imaging method is computation-intensive and not always reliable. This paper presents a stroke-detection scheme based on subspace classification technique. Specifically, the stroke is detected and located using the intersection of the positive antenna lines, i.e. connecting the transmitter and receiver. The numerical results show that the proposed method can detect and locate blood clots efficiently.

Citation:
Y. Wu, X. Xu, and M.-D. Zhu, "Subspace Pattern Recognition Method for Brain Stroke Detection," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 64, 119-126, 2016.
doi:10.2528/PIERL16091001

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