This book addresses issues of scattering theory and biomedical engineering, as well as methodological approaches and tools from related scientific areas such as applied mathematics, mechanics, numerical analysis, and signal and image processing.
Scattering theory: Atkinson-Wilcox theorem for convex obstacles, V. Georgiev et al; inverse obstacle scattering with modified or reduced data, R. Kress; on constructive methods for wave scattering by time-dependent potentials, G.F. Roach. Applied mathematics methods: an introduction to parallel co-ordinates and their applications, A. Inselberg; travelling waves for gas-solid reactions with porosity change, I. Stakgold and A. Di Liddo; wave propagation in photonic crystal models, S. Venakides et al. Biomedical engineering: applications of shape memory alloys to bioengineering and biomedical technology, D.C. Lagoudas et al; classification of ultrasonic liver images using a new estimator of fractal dimension, P. Asvestas et al; the human head-neck system - a review of modelling approaches, A. Charalambopoulos et al.