By Julien Rouyer, Philippe Lasaygues, Serge Mensah (auth.), Andrzej Nowicki, Jerzy Litniewski, Tamara Kujawska (eds.)
The overseas Symposium on Acoustical Imaging is a special discussion board for complex examine, overlaying new applied sciences, advancements, tools and theories in all components of acoustics. This interdisciplinary Symposium has been occurring continually due to the fact that 1968. through the years the lawsuits volumes within the Acoustical Imaging sequence became a reference for state of the art study within the box. In 2011 the thirty first overseas Symposium on Acoustical Imaging used to be held in Warsaw, Poland, April 10-13. providing either a wide standpoint at the state of the art in addition to in-depth learn contributions through the experts within the box, this quantity 31 within the sequence comprises a very good number of papers in six significant different types:
Biological and scientific Imaging
Physics and arithmetic of Acoustical Imaging
Transducers and Arrays
Nondestructive review and commercial Applications
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IEEE TUFFC 46 (5), 1057–1067 (1999) 5. : Internal displacement and strain imaging using ultrasonic speckle tracking. IEEE TUFFC 41(3), 314–325 (1994) 6. : Phase-based ultrasonic deformation estimation. IEEE TUFFC 55(1), 94–111 (2008) 7. , Lu, J-y: Extended high-frame-rate imaging method with limited-diffraction beams. IEEE TUFFC 53(5), 880–899 (2006) 8. : Coherent plane-wave compounding for very high frame rate ultrasonography and transient elastography. IEEE TUFFC 56(3), 489–506 (2009) 9. : Quasi-static elastography based on high framerate imaging and frequency domain displacement estimation.
Springer, New York (2009) 8. , Lewiecki, E. : Quantitative ultrasound in the management of osteoporosis: the 2007 ISCD official positions. J. Clin. Densitom. 11(1), 163–187 (2008) Ultrasonic Evaluation of Deeply Located Trabecular Bones – Preliminary Results Lucyna Cies´lik and Jerzy Litniewski Abstract The analysis of ultrasonic signals scattered by soft tissues have been successfully applied for their characterization. Similarly, the trabecular bone backscattered signal contains information about the properties of the bone structure.
Litniewski Fig. 2 The pressure field emitted by the transducer with a sine pulse excitation (isobars separated by 2 dB steps). Optimal location of bone is limited by dashed lines Fig. 3 Example of B-mode image of heel bone (a) and breastbone (b) characteristics. Unfortunately obtaining good projection is not always possible. Several breastbone examinations failed because received RF signal was poor quality and difficult to interpret. The example of B-mode image is presented in Fig. 3b. Sector scanning conditions importance was reviled in femoral neck examination.
Acoustical Imaging: Volume 31 by Julien Rouyer, Philippe Lasaygues, Serge Mensah (auth.), Andrzej Nowicki, Jerzy Litniewski, Tamara Kujawska (eds.)