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Acoustical Imaging

Series: Acoustical Imaging, Vol. 21

Jones, J.P. (Ed.)

Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1995, XVIII, 820 p. In 2 volumes, not available separately.

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This volume represents the proceedings of the 21 st International Symposium on Acoustical Imaging, which was held at the Surf and Sand Hotel in Laguna Beach, California, March 28-30, 1994. These unique and highly interdisciplinary series of symposiums have met at intervals of roughly 18 months over the past 30 some years. In general these meetings are devoted to all aspects and all fields of imaging that use acoustics. The meetings are usually small, with 100 to 200 participants, and stimulate useful interchanges across disciplines. These are the only regular meetings where the major researchers in all areas of acoustical imaging can come together to interchange ideas and new concepts. The Acoustical Imaging Symposiums have long been regarded as the premier meeting of this type in the general field of acoustics. The highly regarded and carefully edited proceedings have been published regularly by Plenum Press. I am proud and honored to serve as editor of the 21st volume in this series. The 21st Symposium was attended by well over 100 participants from some 18 countries. During the three day symposium, 94 scientific presentations were given, 66 as formal lectures and 28 in a poster format. Sufficient time was available during the conference, both following the presentations and informally during meals and breaks, for active discussions among all participants. Over 80 of the presentations have been selected for inclusion in these proceedings.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Transducer - diffraction - distribution - imaging - microscopy

Related subjects » Classical Continuum Physics - Electronics & Electrical Engineering - Optics & Lasers

Table of contents 

Wave Propagation: Lamb Wave Propagation in Multilayered Anisotropic Solids and Its Application Towards Imaging Material Defects (W. Yang, T. Kundu). Inverse Scattering: Diffraction Tomography Revisited (S. Leeman et al.). Transducers and Arrays: Piezocomposite Materials for Acoustical Imaging Transducers (W.A. Smith). Novel Imaging Methods and Systems: Biophysical Bases of Elasticity Imaging (A. Sarvazyan et al.). Tissue Characterization: A Comparison of Algorithms for the Detection of Stenotic Vessels (K. Ferrara). Doppler, Color Flow, and Velocity Imaging: Blood Flow Assessment Using Wavelet Transform Based Crosscorrelation Technique (X.L. Xu et al.). Acoustical Microscopy: Correlation of Histology and Acoustical Parameters of Liver Tissue by Scanning Acoustic Microscopy (A.F.W. van der Steen et al.). Materials Characterization: Nondestructive Imaging of Stress Distribution in Metal Using Nonlinear ElastoAcoustics (M. Kato et al.). Geophysical and Industrial Applications: Reconstruction of Sound Velocity Profiles in the Atmosphere from Impulse Measurements (D. Engich, V. Mellert). Underwater Acoustics: A 3D Underwater Imaging System (P. Alais et al.). 79 additional articles. Index.

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