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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 3171

Computational, Experimental, and Numerical Methods for Solving Ill-Posed Inverse Imaging Problems: Medical and Nonmedical Applications
Editor(s): Randall Locke Barbour; Mark J. Carvlin; Michael A. Fiddy
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 3171
Date Published: 9 December 1997
Softcover: 24 papers (250) pages
ISBN: 9780819425935

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Generating piece-wise continuous models for electromagnetic inverse problems
Author(s): Hugo Hidalgo Silva; Jose Luis Marroquin Zaleta; Enrique Gomez-Trevino
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Imaging experimental data from optical tomography by the elliptic systems method
Author(s): Thomas R. Lucas; Michael V. Klibanov; Robert M. Frank
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Reconstruction of discontinuous solutions from blurred data
Author(s): Andre Neubauer; Otmar Scherzer
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Numerical scheme for solving the acoustical inverse scattering problem
Author(s): Frank Wuebbeling; Frank Natterer
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Effects of truncation on deconvolution
Author(s): Richard G. Lane; Roy Irwan; Philip J. Bones
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Minimal data collection: imaging from limited-angle data using prior knowledge
Author(s): Michael A. Fiddy; Robert V. McGahan; Drew A. Pommet
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Optical imaging from scattering data: imaging from Fourier-intensity data
Author(s): A. J. Noushin; Michael A. Fiddy; Drew A. Pommet
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Model-based iterative image reconstruction for photon migration tomography
Author(s): Andreas H. Hielscher
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Weighted cost-function reconstruction in optical diffusion imaging
Author(s): Jong Chul Ye; Kevin J. Webb; Thomas J. Downar; Rick P. Millane
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Effects of geometric uncertainty on the inverse EEG problem
Author(s): David M. Weinstein; Christopher R. Johnson
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Improved Wiener reconstruction of bioelectric current distribution based on its estimated correlation matrix
Author(s): Hideaki Haneishi; Hajime Nobuhara; Norimichi Tsumura; Yoichi Miyake
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Imaging of human tissue by optical tomography
Author(s): Randall Locke Barbour; Harry L. Graber; Jenghwa Chang
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Three-dimensional electrical impedance tomography using complete electrode model
Author(s): Marko J. Vauhkonen; Paivi J. Vauhkonen; Jari P. Kaipio; Pasi A. Karjalainen
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Impedance imaging and Markov chain Monte Carlo methods
Author(s): Erkki Somersalo; Jari P. Kaipio; Marko J. Vauhkonen; D. Baroudi; S. Jaervenpaeae
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Reconstruction method of diffraction tomography based on a boundary-matching technique
Author(s): Kenichi Ishida; Mitsuo Tateiba
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Decision of 2D passive tomography problem
Author(s): Vladimir P. Yakubov; Dmitry V. Losev
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Recursive estimation of fast-impedance changes in electrical impedance tomography and a related problem
Author(s): Jari P. Kaipio; Erkki Somersalo; Pasi A. Karjalainen; Marko J. Vauhkonen
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Restoration of partially obscured regions of a 3D object
Author(s): George J. M. Aitken; Peter F. Jones
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Unified approach to regularized maximum likelihood estimation in computed tomography
Author(s): Alvaro R. De Pierro
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Extension of Tikhonov regularization based on varying the singular values of the regularization operator
Author(s): Monica M. Alger; John W. Hilgers; William R. Reynolds; Barbara S. Bertram
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Extensions of the cross-referencing method for choosing good regularized solutions to image recovery problems
Author(s): John W. Hilgers; Barbara S. Bertram; Monica M. Alger; William R. Reynolds
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Multifrequency version of the modified gradient algorithm for reconstruction of complex refractive indices
Author(s): Ralph E. Kleinman; Peter M. van den Berg; Bert Jan Kooij; Bernard Duchene; Dominique Lesselier; Marc Lambert; Vikass Monebhurrun
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