Mathematical Methods in Tomography: Proceedings of a Conference held in Oberwolfach, Germany, 5-11 June, 1990 by Gabor T. Herman

Mathematical Methods in Tomography: Proceedings of a Conference held in Oberwolfach, Germany, 5-11 June, 1990

EditorGabor T. Herman, Alfred K. Louis, Frank Natterer

Paperback | January 15, 1992

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The conference was devoted to the discussion of present and future techniques in medical imaging, including 3D x-ray CT, ultrasound and diffraction tomography, and biomagnetic ima- ging. The mathematical models, their theoretical aspects and the development of algorithms were treated. The proceedings contains surveys on reconstruction in inverse obstacle scat- tering, inversion in 3D, and constrained least squares pro- blems.Research papers include besides the mentioned imaging techniques presentations on image reconstruction in Hilbert spaces, singular value decompositions, 3D cone beam recon- struction, diffuse tomography, regularization of ill-posed problems, evaluation reconstruction algorithms and applica- tions in non-medical fields. Contents: Theoretical Aspects: J.Boman: Helgason'' s support theorem for Radon transforms-a newproof and a generalization -P.Maass: Singular value de- compositions for Radon transforms- W.R.Madych: Image recon- struction in Hilbert space -R.G.Mukhometov: A problem of in- tegral geometry for a family of rays with multiple reflec- tions -V.P.Palamodov: Inversion formulas for the three-di- mensional ray transform - Medical Imaging Techniques: V.Friedrich: Backscattered Photons - are they useful for a surface - near tomography - P.Grangeat: Mathematical frame- work of cone beam 3D reconstruction via the first derivative of the Radon transform -P.Grassin,B.Duchene,W.Tabbara: Dif- fraction tomography: some applications and extension to 3D ultrasound imaging -F.A.Gr}nbaum: Diffuse tomography: a re- fined model -R.Kress,A.Zinn: Three dimensional reconstruc- tions in inverse obstacle scattering -A.K.Louis: Mathemati- cal questions of a biomagnetic imaging problem - Inverse Problems and Optimization: Y.Censor: On variable block algebraic reconstruction techniques -P.P.Eggermont: On Volterra-Lotka differential equations and multiplicative algorithms for monotone complementary problems
Title:Mathematical Methods in Tomography: Proceedings of a Conference held in Oberwolfach, Germany, 5-11 ...Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:280 pages, 9.25 X 6.1 X 0 inShipping dimensions:280 pages, 9.25 X 6.1 X 0 inPublished:January 15, 1992Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Helgason''s support theorem for Radon transforms - A new proof and a generalization.- Singular value decompositions for Radon transforms.- Image reconstruction in Hilbert space.- A problem of integral geometry for a family of rays with multiple reflections.- Inversion formulas for the three-dimensional ray transform.- Backscattered photons - Are they useful for a surface-near tomography?.- Mathematical framework of cone beam 3D reconstruction via the first derivative of the radon transform.- Diffraction tomography some applications and extension to 3-D ultrasound imaging.- Diffuse tomography: A refined model.- Three dimensional reconstructions in inverse obstacle scattering.- Mathematical questions of a biomagnetic imaging problem.- On variable block algebraic reconstruction techniques.- On Volterra-Lotka differential equations and multiplicative algorithms for monotone complementarity problems.- Constrained regularized least squares problems.- Multiplicative iterative methods in computed tomography.- Remark on the informative content of few measurements.- Theorems for the number of zeros of the projection radial modulators of the 2D exponential radon transform.- Evaluation of reconstruction algorithms.- Radon transform and analog coding.- Determination of the specific density of an aerosol through tomography.- Computed tomography and rockets.