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AuthorBelkiใac, Dโez (Dโezevad)
TitleSignal processing in magnetic resonance spectroscopy with biomedical applications [electronic resource] / authors, Dโezevad Belkic, Karen Belkic
Imprint Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2010
Connect tohttp://marc.crcnetbase.com/isbn/9781439806456
Descript xv, 447 p. : ill

CONTENT

1. Basic tasks of signal processing in spectroscopy -- 2. The role of quantum mechanics in signal processing -- 3. Exact quantum-mechanical, Padใae-based recovery of spectral parameters -- 4. Harmonic transients in time signals -- 5. Signal-noise separation via Froissart doublets -- 6. Machine accurate quantification and illustrated signal-noise separation -- 7. Padใae processing for MR spectra from in vivo time signals -- 8. Magnetic resonance in neuro-oncology : achievements and challenges -- 9. Padใae quantification of malignant and benign ovarian MRS data -- 10. Breast cancer and non-malignant breast data : quantification by FPT -- 11. Multiplet resonances inMRS data from normal and cancerous prostate -- 12. Recapitulation of Padใae-optimized processing of biomedical time signals -- 13. Conclusion and outlooks


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