Arridge, SR; (2011) Methods in diffuse optical imaging. PHILOS T R SOC A , 369 (1955) 4558 - 4576. 10.1098/rsta.2011.0311.
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We describe some modelling and reconstruction methods for optical imaging in the macroscopic and mesoscopic regimes. Beginning with the basic model of radiative transport, we describe the diffusion approximation and its extensions. Some linear and nonlinear problems in diffuse optical imaging are outlined, together with some indications of current trends and future directions.
|Title:||Methods in diffuse optical imaging|
|Keywords:||medical imaging, tomography, inverse problems, near-infrared, BIOLUMINESCENCE TOMOGRAPHY, WAVELENGTH OPTIMIZATION, MODEL, RECONSTRUCTION, LIGHT, SIMULATION, UNIQUENESS, TRANSPORT, REGIONS, TISSUE|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science|
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