THOMAS, A: Beauty of Another Order: Photography in Science

Thomas, Ann. Beauty of Another Order: Photography in Science. Yale University Press, 1998. ISBN: 0300073402. Unmarked text. Some tears and scratching on dust jacket. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30640) $20.00

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Accompanied exhibition organized by the National Gallery of Canada. Beautifully illustrated. 90 color and 65 B/W illustrations. Notes. Bibliographies. Index. 256p.

Contributors include Mimi Cazort, Larry J. Schaaf, John P. McElhone, Ann Thomas, Martin Kemp, and Marta Braun. The contributors consider the history of photography, medical photography, photographing the universe, and more.

EWING, WA: Inside Information: Imaging the Human Body

Ewing, William A. Inside Information: Imaging the Human Body. Fireside, 1996. ISBN: 0684831082. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#27467) $12.00

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More than 100 full-color images created by magnetic resonance imaging, gamma camera scans, and endoscopic photography are presented here for the lay reader along with text that explains the photographic processes and the images of the human body. 128p. Index. Glossary.

NYAS: Visualization and Imaging in Transport Phenomena (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, V. 972)

Visualization and Imaging in Transport Phenomena (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, V. 972), book coverSideman, Samuel and Amir Landesberg (editors). Visualization and Imaging in Transport Phenomena (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, V. 972). New York Academy of Sciences, 2002. ISBN: 1573313718. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#26157) $16.00

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Result of the International Symposium on Visualization and Imaging in transport Phenomena held May 5-10, 2002 in Antalya, Turkey and organized by the International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer and the Visualization Society of Japan. Illustrated. 344p. References.

The papers in this volume examine: object recognition and feature extraction; shape analysis, 3D reconstruction and restoration; pattern recognition; digital imaging processing; neural networks; molecular and cellular motion and transport; tissue and organ characterization; tomography, surface potential and signal analysis.