**Inside Out: Inverse Problems and Applications**

by Gunther Uhlmann

**Publisher**: Cambridge University Press 2003**ISBN/ASIN**: 0521824699**ISBN-13**: 9780521824699**Number of pages**: 400

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There have been substantial developments in the mathematical theory of inverse problems over the last twenty years and applications have expanded greatly in medical imaging, geophysical exploration, and non-destructive evaluation. In this book, leading experts in the theoretical and applied aspects of inverse problems offer extended surveys on several important topics in the field, such as microlocal analysis, reflection seismology, tomography, inverse scattering, and X-ray transforms.

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