Multi-Wave Medical Imaging recently published

Written by Rachel Furner
August 14, 2017

Modelling and Simulation in Medical Imaging: Volume 2 – Multi-Wave Medical Imaging; Mathematical Modelling & Imaging Reconstruction has recently been published.  Authored by:
Habib Ammari (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), Josselin Garnier (Ecole Polytechnique, France), Hyeonbae Kang (Inha University, South Korea), Loc Hoang Nguyen (University of North Carolina Charlotte, USA), Laurent Seppecher (Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France)

Super-Resolution imaging refers to modern techniques of achieving resolution below conventional limits. This book gives a comprehensive overview of mathematical and computational techniques used to achieve this, providing a solid foundation on which to develop the knowledge and skills needed for practical application of techniques. Split into five parts, the first looks at the mathematical and probabilistic tools needed, before moving on to description of different types of imaging; single-wave, anomaly, multi-wave and spectroscopic and nanoparticle.

As an important contribution to the understanding of super-resolution techniques in biomedical imaging, this book is a useful resource for scientists and engineers in the fields of biomedical imaging and super-resolution, and is self-contained reference for any newcomers to these fields.