Acoustical Imaging

  • Michael Halliwell
  • Peter N. T. Wells

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Keynote Papers

    1. Thomas L. Szabo
      Pages 1-8
    2. Johan M. Thijssen
      Pages 9-25
  3. Mathematics and Physics of Acoustical Imaging

    1. Sidney Leeman, Andrew J. Healey
      Pages 41-50
    2. Paul D Fox, Sverre Holm
      Pages 51-57
    3. Åsmund Ødegård, Paul D Fox, Sverre Holm, Aslak Tveito
      Pages 59-64
    4. Alexei V. Bogatyrev, Valentin A. Burov, Sergei A. Morozov, Olga D. Rumyantseva, Evgenii G Sukhov
      Pages 65-70
    5. Valentin A. Burov, Elena E. Kasatkina, Evgenii G. Sukhov, Olga D. Rumyantseva
      Pages 71-78
    6. J. P. Lefebvre, P. Lasaygues, S. Mensah, S. Delamare, A. Wirgin
      Pages 79-86
    7. Toyokatsu Miyashita, Akio Honda
      Pages 87-92
    8. Jean-François Aubry, Mickaël Tanter, Jean-Louis Thomas, Mathias Fink
      Pages 101-108
  4. Transducers and Arrays

    1. Rozenn Desmare, Louis-Pascal Tran-Huu-Hue, Franck Levassort, Marc Lethiecq
      Pages 117-122
    2. Vera L. S. Nantes Button, Eduardo T. Costa, Joaquim M. Maia, S. Leeman
      Pages 131-136
    3. Gabriele Guidi, Simone Falteri, Emiliano Maione
      Pages 137-144
    4. Jean-Pierre Remenieras, Olivier Bou Matar, Frédéric Ossant, Frédéric Patat
      Pages 145-150
    5. Shuzou Sano, Takaya Ohsawa, Satoshi Tamano, Yutaka Sato, Syosaku Ishihara, Masato Nakamura et al.
      Pages 151-156
    6. Roman Gr. Maev, Andrei Ptchelintsev, Aleksei A. Denissov
      Pages 157-162
    7. Iwaki Akiyama, Naoki Takizawa, Akihisa Ohya
      Pages 163-170
    8. Peter A. Payne, Chee-Loong Saw, Kate A. Roome, John V. Hatfield, Richard J. Dewhurst
      Pages 177-182
  5. Nondestructive Evaluation

    1. S. A. Nielsen, J. P. Lynova, W. D. Kristensen
      Pages 183-188
    2. J. Barton, T. Randies, D Vanderstraeten, Gust Schols, T Howard, P Groeneveld
      Pages 189-196
    3. Guangming Zhang, Yuwen Wang, Shuyi Zhang, Bufa Zhang
      Pages 197-202
    4. Tsutomu Hoshimiya
      Pages 203-207
  6. Geophysical and Underwater Ultrasonics

    1. P. Alais, P. Cervenka, P. Challande, P. Janvrin, J. Marchal
      Pages 217-224
    2. Daniel Rouseff, Steven G. Kargl, Frank S. Henyey, Jerald W. Caruthers
      Pages 225-228
    3. Naofumi Aoki, Yoshinao Aoki, Yohji Kudoh, Norifumi Tonouchi, Masafumi Takase
      Pages 229-234
    4. Oleg V. Dmitriev, Kirill V Kolosov, Inessa P. Prudnikova
      Pages 235-240
    5. Yoshinao Aoki, Kohji Iida, Tohru Mukai, Miho Katagiri, Shinji Ohgaki
      Pages 241-246
  7. Microscopy and Microscanning

    1. Ute Rabe, Sandrine Amelio, Sigrun Hirsekorn, Walter Arnold
      Pages 253-260
    2. John Barton, Tony Compagno, John Barrett
      Pages 261-272
    3. Y. Hong, Z. N. Zhang, S. Y. Zhang, Z. Q. Li, X. J. Shui
      Pages 273-278
    4. Hai_Dong Liang, Michael Halliwell, Peter N T Wells
      Pages 279-288
  8. Scattering by Blood and Tissue

  9. Medical and Biological Image Formation

    1. Michael P. André, Constance D. Lehman, Victor Neely, Barbara A. Fecht, Jerod O. Shelby, Tuan Nguyen
      Pages 309-316
    2. Christelle M. Guittet, Jeffrey C. Bamber, Nigel L. Bush, David S. Bell, Peter S. Mortimer
      Pages 325-330
    3. Robert R. Entrekin, James R. Jago, Steen C. Kofoed
      Pages 331-342
    4. Woon S. Gan
      Pages 343-349
  10. Tissue Characterisation

    1. Adriana Kauati, Carlos Dias Maciel, Wagner Coelho de Albuquerque Pereira
      Pages 351-356
    2. Sidney Leeman, Azadeh Peyman
      Pages 357-361

About this book


The origin ofthe International Acoustical Imaging Symposium series can be traced to 1967, when a meeting on acoustical holography was held in C alifornia. In those days, acoustical holography was at the leading edge of research but, as the importance of this subject waned, so the title of the series was changed from Acoustical Holography to Acoustical Imaging in 1978. The early Symposia were held at various venues in the United States. In 1980. the series became international, with the Symposium that year taking place in Cannes in France. The pattern now is to try to met alternately in the USA and in another part of the world so that active researchers everywhere can conveniently attend at a reasonably high frequency. It was a great privilege for us in Bristol in the United Kingdom to be chosen to host the 25th Symposium, which convened on 19 March 2000 and spread over four days. We were blessed not only by good weather, but also by the attendance ofnearly 100 pa rticipants who came from 17 c ountries. A large number of papers were accepted for presentation, either orally or as posters. Whether an oral presentation or a poster, all were considered to have equal merit, and no distinction is made between them in the published proceedings. There were no parallel sessions, so every participant could attend every presentation. The re sultant disciplinary cross fertilisation maintained the t radition of past Symposia.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Michael Halliwell
    • 1
    • 2
  • Peter N. T. Wells
    • 1
    • 2
  1. 1.Centre for Physics and Engineering Research in MedicineBristol General HospitalBristolUK
  2. 2.Department of Medical Physics and BioengineeringBristol General HospitalBristolUK

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