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By Prof. Jie Tian (auth.)
"Molecular Imaging: basics and functions" is a accomplished monograph which describes not just the speculation of the underlying algorithms and key applied sciences but additionally introduces a prototype process and its functions, bringing jointly thought, know-how and functions. by means of explaining the fundamental options and ideas of molecular imaging, imaging thoughts, in addition to learn and functions intimately, the ebook offers either specific theoretical historical past info and technical tools for researchers operating in scientific imaging and the existence sciences. scientific medical professionals and graduate scholars also will make the most of this book.
Jie Tian is a professor on the Institute of Automation, chinese language Academy of Sciences, China.
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The model presented by Eqs. 23) in this paper is implemented in C++ language in the MOSE platform. The flow chart for the algorithm of individual photon transport in free-space is shown in Fig. 17. Fig. 4 Introduction of the Algorithm 39 W. Lorensen in 1987. It has been widely used due to its simple principle and implementation. Its function is to extract an isosurface from 3D volume data. This algorithm is also known as isosurface extraction. It needs the threshold from the user, which means the density of the object must be extracted.
The MC algorithm class describes the process of photon transport in the phantom. The absorption and transmittance of photons are recorded during the propagation. The algorithm has three subclasses to deal with different phantom situations, such as the 2D phantom, 3D regular phantom and 3D mesh phantom. The surface reconstruction algorithm class includes the Marching Cubes algorithm which can extract the equivalent surface mesh data from the volume data obtained by CT or MRI. The equivalent surface can then be used to define the geometry information of the tissue used in the simulation experiment.