Computational Optical Biomedical Spectroscopy and Imaging (Paperback)Sarhan M. Musa (editor)
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Computational Optical Biomedical Spectroscopy and Imaging covers recent discoveries and research in the field by some of the best inventors and researchers in the world. It also presents useful computational methods and applications used in optical biomedical spectroscopy and imaging.
Topics covered include:New trends in immunohistochemical, genome, and metabolomics imagingComputer-aided diagnosis of interstitial lung diseases based on CT image analysisFunctional near-infrared spectroscopy and its applications in neurosciencesApplications of vibrational spectroscopic imaging in personal care studiesInduced optical natural fluorescence spectroscopy for Giardia lamblia cysts Nanoimaging and polarimetric exploratory data analysisFluorescence bioimaging with applications to chemistryMedical imaging instrumentation and techniques
The book also discusses future applications, directions, opportunities, and challenges of optical biomedical spectroscopy and imaging in technical industry, academia, and government. This valuable resource introduces key concepts of computational methods used in optical biomedical spectroscopy and imaging in a manner that is easily understandable to beginners and experts alike.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Weight: 998 g
Dimensions: 254 x 178 mm
"... a comprehensive and state-of-the-art reference on computational optical biomedical spectroscopy and imaging. Researchers and graduate students who are actively involved in this field would benefit greatly from reading this book."
-Axel Mainzer Koenig, CEO, 21st Century Data Analysis, a division of Koenig & Associates, Inc., Portland, Oregon, USA, from Optics & Photonics News, June 2015
"... the main strengths of this book is related to the fact that it provides an interest insider viewpoints about computational methods in optical biomedical spectroscopy and imaging. It also included interesting reviews about modern approaches, methods, and techniques. Interesting perspectives are also clearly delineated. The instrumentation used for spectroscopy and imaging is also reviewed. This seems to me very interesting, too."
-Matteo Pastorino, DITEN-University of Genoa
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