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Book DetailsAmerican Mathematical Society Translations  Series 2Volume: 162; 1994; 261 ppMSC: Primary 44; 65; 92;
This collection will acquaint readers with recent work in Radon transforms carried out in the former Soviet Union. The papers focus on mathematical problems related to applications of Radon transforms. Some of the problems arose from practical tomography, while others are theoretical problems originating in tomography. The book will be of interest to mathematicians working in integral geometry and mathematical problems of tomography, as well as scientists who work on inverse problems and their computer realization.
ReadershipMathematicians working in integral geometry and mathematical problems of tomography, as well as scientists who work on inverse problems and their computer realization.

Table of Contents

Chapters

V. M. Buchstaber  Time series analysis and Grassmannians

A. S. Denisyuk  Inversion of the generalized Radon transform

A. N. Panchenko  Generalized projection and section theorems in diffraction tomography

D. A. Popov and D. V. Sushko  Computation of singular convolutions

D. A. Popov, E. B. Sokolova and D. V. Sushko  Mathematical models in twodimensional Radon tomography

V. A. Sharafutdinov  Mathematical aspects of polarization tomography

I. Ya. Shneĭberg  Exponential Radon transform

I. Ya. Shneĭberg, I. V. Ponomarev, V. A. Dmitrichenko and S. D. Kalashnikov  On a new reconstruction algorithm in emission tomography

L. Vertgeim  Examples of nonuniqueness in problems related to the generalized Radon transform and emission tomography with absorption


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This collection will acquaint readers with recent work in Radon transforms carried out in the former Soviet Union. The papers focus on mathematical problems related to applications of Radon transforms. Some of the problems arose from practical tomography, while others are theoretical problems originating in tomography. The book will be of interest to mathematicians working in integral geometry and mathematical problems of tomography, as well as scientists who work on inverse problems and their computer realization.
Mathematicians working in integral geometry and mathematical problems of tomography, as well as scientists who work on inverse problems and their computer realization.

Chapters

V. M. Buchstaber  Time series analysis and Grassmannians

A. S. Denisyuk  Inversion of the generalized Radon transform

A. N. Panchenko  Generalized projection and section theorems in diffraction tomography

D. A. Popov and D. V. Sushko  Computation of singular convolutions

D. A. Popov, E. B. Sokolova and D. V. Sushko  Mathematical models in twodimensional Radon tomography

V. A. Sharafutdinov  Mathematical aspects of polarization tomography

I. Ya. Shneĭberg  Exponential Radon transform

I. Ya. Shneĭberg, I. V. Ponomarev, V. A. Dmitrichenko and S. D. Kalashnikov  On a new reconstruction algorithm in emission tomography

L. Vertgeim  Examples of nonuniqueness in problems related to the generalized Radon transform and emission tomography with absorption