Computational Methods in Electromagnetic Biomedical Inverse Problems

  title={Computational Methods in Electromagnetic Biomedical Inverse Problems},
  author={Sampsa Pursiainen},
This work concerns computational methods in electromagnetic biomedical inverse problems. The following biomedical imaging modalities are studied: electro/magnetoencephalography (EEG/MEG), electrical impedance tomography (EIT), and limited-angle computerized tomography (limited-angle CT). The use of a priori information about the unknown feature is necessary for finding an adequate answer to an inverse problem. Both classical regularization techniques and Bayesian methodology are applied to… CONTINUE READING


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