TACT method included in new textbook


I was fortunate to be part of the original TACT development team at Wake Forest University, which was led by Dr. Richard Webber. Our initial focus was on dental applications, with additional applications in non-destructive testing and mammography.

Tuned Aperture Computed Tomography (TACT) has been included in a new textbook, “Linear and Nonlinear Inverse Problems with Practical Applications (Computational Science and Engineering)” by Jennifer L. Müller, Samuli Siltanen.

The textbook is available from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Nonlinear-Practical-Applications-Computational-Engineering/dp/1611972337.

(Original post on July 23, 2016)


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