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potthast [Core Inverse Problems/Data Assimilation Journals]
journals [2014/01/07 13:05]
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   * Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems http://​www.degruyter.com/​view/​j/​jiip   * Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems http://​www.degruyter.com/​view/​j/​jiip
  
 +==== Topical Issue on Hybrid Imaging and Image Fusion ====
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 +Jan 7, 2014.  **Call for Papers**
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 +Image fusion is the image processing technique through which multiple images from the same or complementary modalities are combined into a single image. ​ Examples include the fusion of X-ray CT and PET images, the combination of Landsat and Panchromatic images, and the creation of spectral optical images. A current research frontier is the integration of multiple modalities to create a hybrid imaging system, such as the PET/CT, PET/MRI, DOT/MRI and DOT/CT systems. This development provides not only an improvement of imaging performance but also the opportunity for image fusion with higher performance. More importantly,​ it calls for advanced image reconstruction methods that take advantage of the coupled multi-physics underlying the hybrid imaging processes. With synergies among different modalities, image quality can be enhanced by combining the reconstruction algorithms for individual modalities such as with appropriate regularization terms.
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 +This topical issue is focused on but not limited to the following topics:
 +• Design and implementation of hybrid imaging techniques and systems
 +• Image reconstruction methods for hybrid imaging systems
 +• Image fusion methods for hybrid imaging systems
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 +We invite submissions of full papers and short correspondences as related to theoretical analysis, algorithm design, system development,​ and performance assessment. Papers on feasibility of futuristic imaging modalities are also welcome.
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 +Authors should submit their manuscripts through the online Manuscript Tracking System at http://​www.editorialmanager.com/​ssta,​ indicate that they are for this special issue, and choose one of the guest editors to handle their manuscripts. Authors are encouraged to discuss with a guest editor to determine the suitability of their intended contributions.
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 +Guest Editors
 +Ming Jiang, Peking University, China ming-jiang@ieee.org
 +Simon Arridge, University College London, UK S.Arridge@cs.ucl.ac.uk
 +Shutao Li, Hunan University, China shutao_li@hnu.edu.cn
 +Ge Wang, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA wangg6@rpi.edu
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 +Submission Guidelines
 +For author guidelines and submission details please see http://​www.springer.com/​journal/​11220
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 +Submission Deadline: March 31 2014.
 ==== Invisible in the Storm: The Role of Mathematics in Understanding Weather ==== ==== Invisible in the Storm: The Role of Mathematics in Understanding Weather ====
  
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