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The radon transform, inverse problems, and tomography; proceedings.


The radon transform, inverse problems, and tomography; proceedings.

Conference on the Random Transform, Inverse Problems, and Tomography (2005: Atlanta, GA) Ed. by Gestur Olafsson and Eric Todd Quinto.

Amer. Mathematical Society


158 pages



Proceedings of symposia in applied mathematics; v.63, AMS short course lecture notes


Six articles based on the course lectures address mathematical aspects of tomography and related inverse problems. They cover introductory material, theoretical problems, and practical issues in three-dimensional tomography, impedance imaging, local tomography, wavelet methods, regularization and approximate inverse, sampling, and emission tomography. Readers are expected to have a solid background in mathematics, but not necessarily any in tomography.

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