The Radon Transform
The First 100 Years and Beyond
Ed. by Ramlau, Ronny / Scherzer, Otmar
- An overview of the theory and applications of the Radon transform
- Includes contributions by world-leading experts
- Of interest to a variety of applied mathematicians working in inverse problems, imaging, numerical analysis, etc.
Aims and Scope
In 1917, Johann Radon published his fundamental work, where he introduced what is now called the Radon transform. Including important contributions by several experts, this book reports on ground-breaking developments related to the Radon transform throughout these years, and also discusses novel mathematical research topics and applications for the next century.
- Approx. xii, 360 pages
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