Publication detail

Restoration and Analysis of Ultrasonic Images

JIŘÍK, R., JAN, J.

Original Title

Restoration and Analysis of Ultrasonic Images

Czech Title

Restaurace a analýza ultrasonografických obrazů

English Title

Restoration and Analysis of Ultrasonic Images

Type

dissertation

Language

en

Original Abstract

The aim of the dissertation was to derive new algorithms for improving the spatial resolution of medical ultrasonic images and suppressing the speckle pattern. The dissertation was oriented at 2-D deconvolution, more specifically it was focused on the essential part of the task, the estimation of the 2-D PSF of the imaging process in the raw radiofrequency (or quadrature) signal domain. The dissertation has contributed to three main research areas in ultrasonic imaging: 1. improvement of spatial resolution, 2. suppresion of speckle pattern, and 3. ultrasonic parametric imaging.

English abstract

The aim of the dissertation was to derive new algorithms for improving the spatial resolution of medical ultrasonic images and suppressing the speckle pattern. The dissertation was oriented at 2-D deconvolution, more specifically it was focused on the essential part of the task, the estimation of the 2-D PSF of the imaging process in the raw radiofrequency (or quadrature) signal domain. The dissertation has contributed to three main research areas in ultrasonic imaging: 1. improvement of spatial resolution, 2. suppresion of speckle pattern, and 3. ultrasonic parametric imaging.

Keywords

ultrasonic imaging, 2-D deconvolution, 2-D homomorphic filtering, 2-D phase unwrapping, speckle suppression, harmonic imaging

Released

20.02.2004

Location

Brno

Pages from

1

Pages to

111

Pages count

111

BibTex


@phdthesis{BUT66691,
  author="Radovan {Jiřík} and Jiří {Jan}",
  title="Restoration and Analysis of Ultrasonic Images",
  annote="The aim of the dissertation was to derive new algorithms for improving the spatial resolution
of medical ultrasonic images and suppressing the speckle pattern.
The dissertation was oriented at 2-D deconvolution, more specifically it was focused
on the essential part of the task, the estimation of the 2-D PSF of the imaging process
in the raw radiofrequency (or quadrature) signal domain.
The dissertation has contributed to three main research areas in ultrasonic imaging:
1. improvement of spatial resolution, 2. suppresion of speckle pattern, and 3. ultrasonic
parametric imaging.",
  chapter="66691",
  year="2004",
  month="february",
  pages="1",
  type="dissertation"
}