NOSER: An algorithm for solving the inverse conductivity problem

@article{Cheney1990NOSERAA,
title={NOSER: An algorithm for solving the inverse conductivity problem},
author={M. Cheney and D. Isaacson and J. Newell and S. Simske and J. Goble},
journal={International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology},
year={1990},
volume={2}
}

International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology

The inverse conductivity problem is the mathematical problem that must be solved in order for electrical impedance tomography systems to be able to make images. Here we show how this inverse conductivity problem is related to a number of other inverse problem. We then explain the workings of an algorithm that we have used to make images from electrical impedance data measured on the boundary of a circle in two dimensions. This algorithm is based on the method of least squares. It takes one step… Expand