Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging, Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Washington, DC, USA, 7-10 June 2002.
Washington, DC, USA
: Numerical reconstruction of gene expression measurements from mixed cell populations.
R. E. Oliphant
: Shear-modulus resolution implications of the Cramer-Rao bound for vibration elastography in isotropic soft tissues.
Brian M. Schmanske
, Murray H. Loew
: An efficient implementation of the channelized Hotelling observer for task-based assessment of lossy compressed images.
, Vinay Pai
: Mapping 3D myocardial wall motion over the left ventricle in a breath-hold.
Z. A. Fayad
: MRI: advances in the structural, molecular identification, and characterization of atherosclerotic plaques.
, Ying Lu
, S. J. Nelson
: Gliomas classification by multivariate analysis of in vivo MRI/MRSI data based on recursive partitioning tree and discriminant analysis.
: Multiscale tumor detection and segmentation in mammograms.
, J. Alison Noble
: High resolution segmentation of MR images of mouse heart chambers based on a partial-pixel effect and EM algorithm.
Ilko K. Ilev
, Ronald W. Waynant
: Infrared tissue imaging at on-the-spot laser delivery using an all-optical-waveguide transmitting system.
: Quantitative image processing of 3D biological structures.
D. S. Tuch
: Mapping cortical connectivity with diffusion MRI.
: Far-field electrophysiology reflects top-down control.
: Hierarchical Markov modeling for fusion of X ray radiographic data and anatomical data in computed tomography.
Benoit M. Dawant
: Non-rigid registration of medical images: purpose and methods, a short survey.
S. H. Lee
, N. Alperin
: Automated quantitation of non-steady flow and lumen area using temporal correlation [MRI].
Patrick J. La Rivière
: Accurate analytic reconstruction in X-ray fluorescence computed tomography.
: Notes on direct and gridding-based Fourier inversion methods.
: Decoupling the equations of regularized tomography.
: A level set method for Bayesian tomographic reconstruction.
, Ge Wang
: Convergence of iterative algorithms for image reconstruction.
Khaled Z. Abd-Elmoniem
: Feedback coherent anisotropic diffusion for high resolution image enhancement.
Alan P. Koretsky
: Anatomical, functional, and molecular magnetic resonance imaging in the post-genomic era.
: Fast acquisition and sampling in MRI: Introduction to time-sequential sampling of spatio-temporal signals.
: Time-varying sampling functions to improve dynamic magnetic resonance imaging.
Douglas C. Noll
: Rapid MR image acquisition in the presence of background gradients.
P. A. Penczek
: Variance in three-dimensional reconstructions from projections.
, Michael Bock
: Design study of a novel dual-modality emission micro-imaging tomograph for radiopharmaceutical and bioluminescent/fluorescent molecular approaches.
J. M. Hoffman
: Positron emission tomography (PET): a powerful molecular imaging technique.
: Predicting the success of a radiopharmaceutical for in vivo imaging.
: Reconstruction algorithm for single circular orbit cone beam scans.
, Ying Sun
, T. G. Manfredi
: Automated algorithm to delineate Z-bands in electron microscopic images of the human skeletal muscle.
, Rick Archibald
: Reducing the Gibbs ringing artifact in MRI scans while maintaining tissue boundary integrity.
V. M. Pai
, H. Wen
: Isolating the cardiac blood pool position for use as a marker of heart position in free-breathing MRI examinations.
, C. L. Dumoulin
: Extended-FOV magnetic resonance imaging with table translation and frequency cycling.
: A shape reconstruction method for diffuse optical tomography using a transport model and level sets.
Oleg V. Michailovich
, Dan Adam
: Blind deconvolution of ultrasound images using partial spectral information and sparsity constraints.