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Wavelets in Medicine and Biology

A. Aldroubi, M.A. Unser, Eds.

ISBN 0-8493-9483-X, CRC Press, Boca Raton FL, USA, 1996, 616 p.



For the first time, the field's leading international experts have come together to produce a complete guide to wavelet transform applications in medicine and biology. This book provides guidelines for all those interested in learning about waveletes and their applications to biomedical problems.

The introductory material is written for non-experts and includes basic discussions of the theoretical and practical foundations of wavelet methods. This is followed by contributions from the most prominent researchers in the field, giving the reader a complete survey of the use of wavelets in biomedical engineering.

The book consists of four main sections:

  • Wavelet Transform: Theory and Implementation

  • Wavelets in Medical Imaging and Tomography

  • Wavelets and Biomedical Signal Processing

  • Wavelets and Mathematical Models in Biology


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