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electrical tomography


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electrical tomography

electrical tomography

electrical resistance tomography

Monitoring patients with left ventricular failure by electrical impedance tomography

Sensitivity of electrical resistivity tomography data to electrode position errors

Practical aspects of applied optimized survey design for electrical resistivity tomography

3-D electrical resistivity tomography using adaptive wavelet parameter grids

Extreme sensitivity of crosshole electrical resistivity tomography measurements to geometric errors

Improved strategies for the automatic selection of optimized sets of electrical resistivity tomography measurement configurations

Electrical impedance tomography to confirm correct placement of double-lumen tube: a feasibility study

Adaptive time-lapse optimized survey design for electrical resistivity tomography monitoring

Distribution-based fuzzy clustering of electrical resistivity tomography images for interface detection

Cross-section electrical resistance tomography of La Soufrière of Guadeloupe lava dome

Using electrical resistivity tomography to differentiate sapwood from heartwood: application to conifers

58PVALIDATION OF ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE TOMOGRAPHY QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE VALUES, AND COMPARISON OF NUMERIC PAIN DISTRESS SCORE AGAINST MAMMOGRAPHY

Development and testing of displacement inversion to track electrode movements on 3-D electrical resistivity tomography monitoring grids

Non-destructive assessment of internal decay in three hardwood species of northeastern North America using sonic and electrical impedance tomography

Deep electrical resistivity tomography along the tectonically active Middle Aterno Valley (2009 L'Aquila earthquake area, central Italy)

Detection of optimal PEEP for equal distribution of tidal volume by volumetric capnography and electrical impedance tomography during decreasing levels of PEEP in post cardiac-surgery patients

 

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A geophysical technique, sometimes used in archaeology, in which metal electrodes are inserted into the ground and a current passed between them, through the subsoil. The resistivity is measured and many such measurements, taken at different depths and in different directions, allow a three-dimensional image of the site to be constructed.

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