Michael J. Moskowitz

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The finite element (FE) method has found several applications in emerging imaging modalities, especially microwave imaging which has been shown to be potentially useful in a number of areas including thermal estimation. In monitoring temperature distributions, the biological phenomena of temperature variations of tissue dielectric properties is exploited.(More)
Three-dimensional (3-D) models of light propagation in diffuse optical tomography provide an accurate representation of scattering in tissue. Here the use of spectral priors, shown to improve quantification of functional parameters in 2-D, has been extended to 3-D. To make 3-D spectral imaging computationally tractable, a novel technique is presented to(More)
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