4 edition of Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics, Volume 140 (Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics) (Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics) found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||May 26, 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
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Acknowledgments Chapter Five: Component Identification and Interpretation: A Perspective on Tower of Knowledge• On the wide-detector CT scanner, multisegment reconstruction can also be performed in the prospective ECG-triggered volume mode without full cardiac cycle coverage; however, this technique requires a steady heart rate and generally leads to a higher radiation dose. Finally, the fourth component displays non-trivial features which, in the reconstructed data set, appear as mound-like features on either side of the switching cycle.
If available directly, the information of the structure-property correlations at the single molecule, bond, or defect levels enables theoretical models to accurately guide materials scientists and engineers to optimally use materials at any length scale, as well as allow for the direct verification of fundamental and phenomenological physical models and direct extraction of the associated parameters.
Appendix A Resolution of STEM Imaging• Transluminal attenuation gradient TAGdefined as the linear regression coefficient between luminal attenuation and axial distance, has been continuously developed since 2010 in an attempt to improve the diagnostic performance of CCTA.
c The third independent component from the ICA analysis of the BEPS data. These types of experiments bring about problems associated with drift correction and spatial registration of disparate data sets. This opens up the possibility of determining myocardial perfusion precisely. 05 to 0 V half of the range, where the average signal has a negative slope in the same region. There are many algorithms available that have a variety of built-in assumptions about the data and as such could predict the optimal clustering value, order clusters based on variance, or other distance metrics, etc.
Computed tomography myocardial perfusion imaging with 320-row detector computed tomography accurately detects myocardial ischemia in patients with obstructive coronary artery disease.
Multisegment reconstruction can be used to improve the effective temporal resolution and is available on all kinds of CT scanners using a lower pitch and scanning in the retrospective gated helical scan mode.
, we illustrate an example of the method, but based on component shape, there should be at least four as all components appear significantly different.
ICA assumes that the latent variables will be non-Gaussian and therefore mutually independent.
This clustering algorithm is moderately fast and returns a simple index of integers which enumerates each observation to its respective cluster.