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Anisotropy Across Fields and Scales

by Evren Özarslan, Thomas Schultz, Eugene Zhang, Andrea Fuster

Anisotropy Across Fields and Scales

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This open book focuses on processing, modeling, and visualization of anisotropy information, which are often addressed by employing sophisticated mathematical constructs such as tensors and other higher-order descriptors. It also discusses adaptations of such constructs to problems encountered in seemingly dissimilar areas of medical imaging, physical sciences, and engineering. Featuring original research contributions as well as insightful reviews for scientists interested in handling anisotropy information, it covers topics such as pertinent geometric and algebraic properties of tensors and tensor fields, challenges faced in processing and visualizing different types of data, statistical techniques for data processing, and specific applications like mapping white-matter fiber tracts in the brain.

The book helps readers grasp the current challenges in the field and provides information on the techniques devised to address them. Further, it facilitates the transfer of knowledge between different disciplines in order to advance the research frontiers in these areas.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY). You can download Anisotropy Across Fields and Scales ebook for free in PDF format (11.0 MB).

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Anisotropy Across Fields and Scales
Science and Mathematics
ISBN13 Digital
ISBN10 Digital
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