Acoustical Imaging, Volume 24

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Hua Lee
Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 28, 2001 - Science - 409 pages
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The International Symposium of Acoustical Imaging has been widely recognized as the premier forum for presentations of advanced research results in both theoretical and experimental development. Held regularly since 1968, the symposium brings together th leading international researchers in the area of acoustical imaging. The 24 meeting is the third time Santa Barbara hosted this international conference and it is the first time the meeting was held on the campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara. As many regular participants noticed over the years, this symposium has grown significantly in size due to the quality of the presentations as well as the organization itself. A few years ago multiple and poster sessions were introduced in order to accommodate this growth. In addition, the length of the presentations was shortened so more papers could be included in the sessions. During recent meetings there were discussions regarding the possibility of returning to the wonderful years when the symposium was organized in one single session with sufficient time to allow for in-depth presentation as well as discussions of each paper. And the size of the meeting was small enough that people were able to engage in serious technical interactions and all attendees would fit into one photograph. In light of the constraints of the limited budget with respect to the escalating costs it was not considered feasible.
 

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Contents

Noncoherent Synthetic Aperture Imaging
1
Imaging with a 2D Transducer Hybrid Array
9
Inferring 3Dimensional Animal Motions from a Set of 1Dimensional
21
Development of an Ultrasonic Focusing System Based on the Synthetic
27
HighResolution Process in Ultrasonic Reflection Tomography
35
Spatial Coherence and Beamformer Gain
43
A New Approach for Calculating Wideband Fields
49
HighResolution Acoustic Arrays Using Optimum SymmetricalNumber
57
Ultrasonic Velocity Measurement in Viscoelastic Material Using
207
An Ultrasonic Circular Aperture Technique to Measure Elastic Constants
215
Application of Heat Source Model and Greens Function Approach
223
Determination of Bonding Properties in Layered Metal Silicon Systems
229
Integral Approximation Method for Calculating Ultrasonic Beam
237
Elastic Stress Influence on the Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves
245
A New System for Quantitative Ultrasonic Breast Imaging of Acoustic
253
Determination and Evaluation of the Surface Region of Breast Tumors
261

Frequency Weighting of Distributed Filtered Backward Propagation
65
Exact Solution of TwoDimensional Monochromatic Inverse Scattering
73
Hausdorff Moments Method of Acoustical Imaging
79
A Generalized Inversion of the Helmholtz Equation and Its Application
87
Real Time Processing of the Radiofrequency Echo Signal for OnLine
95
Reconstruction of Inner Field by MarchenkoNewtonRose Method
101
RF Ultrasound Echo Decomposition Using SingularSpectrum Analysis
107
HighPerformance Computing in RealTime Ultrasonic Imaging
113
Causality Revisited
121
Radiation Force Doppler Effects on Contrast Agents
135
The Effect of Spatial Coherence
141
Extending the Bandwidth of the Pyramidal Detector
147
The Use of a ReferenceBeam Detector Applied to the Scanning Laser
155
Y Saijo H Sasaki H Okawai N Kataoka M Sato S Nitta
163
The Acoustic Parameters Measurement by the Doppler Scanning Acoustic
173
Quantitative Contact Spectroscopy by AtomicForce Acoustic Microscopy
179
Double Focus Technique for Simultaneous Measurement of Sound
187
A New Method for 3D Velocity Vector Measurement Using 2D Phased
193
Simulated Results
201
Determination of Ultrasound Backscatter Level of Vascular Structures
273
Investigation of the Micro Bubble Size Distribution in the Extracorporeal
281
Analysis of Intravascular Ultrasound IVUS Echo Signals
295
In Vivo Study of the Influence of Gravity on Cortical and Cancellous
301
Ultrasound Contrast Imaging of Prostate Tumors
309
High Resolution Estimation of Axial and Transversal Bloodflow with a 50
317
Patient Image
325
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Calibration of the URTURIP Technique
335
Studies of Bone Biophysics Using Ultrasound Velocity
341
Imaging of the Tissue Elasticity Based on Ultrasonic Displacement
349
System Independent in Vivo Estimation of Acoustical Attenuation
361
Ultrasound Images of Small Tissue Structures Free of Speckle
369
Optimization of NonUniform Arrays for Farfield Broadside
377
Hyperthermia Therapy Using Acoustic Phase Conjugation
385
Ultrasonic Broadband Fiber Optic Source for Non Destructive Evaluation
393
A Study of SignaltoNoise Ratio of the Fourier Method for Construction
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