We have proposed an algorithm to identify the location of a fluorescence object in thick tissue from an epi-fluorescence measurement data on the surface of the semi-infinite geometry. We approximated the fluorescence object by a cuboid to simplify and make the inversion more robust and quick. We conducted the validation measurements with meat phantoms and have concluded the algorithm was potentially effective to identify the location and shape of the object.

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