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In this paper, a novel reconstruction method is presented for Near Infrared (NIR) 2-D imaging to recover optical absorption coefficients from laboratory phantom data. The main body of this work validates a new generation of highly efficient reconstruction algorithms called "Globally Convergent Method" (GCM) based upon actual measurements taken from brain-shape phantoms. It has been demonstrated in earlier studies using computer-simulated data that this type of reconstructions is stable fordoi:10.4236/jamp.2014.25025 fatcat:upt7mdhqmjg63cmbllv3mtv6xa