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Wu, Raimond L. Winslow, Michael I. Miller, and Laurent Younes. Ben Zekry, G. Lawrie, S. Little, W. Zoghbi, J. Freeman, A. Jajoo, S. Jain, J. He, A. Martynenko, and R. Shape deformation analysis from the optimal control viewpoint. Manuel K. Swanson, Neil B. Ingels, D. Radon, an Austrian mathematician who pioneered approaches to the reconstruction of images from projections. TMI republished a paper originally published by Radon decades earlier that was translated from German by P.
This effort lent a flavor of history to the vigorous efforts by many in image reconstruction at that time. Randy Brill was a true champion of image acquisition and processing; i. Mirroring changes in the field, discussion of modalities using ionizing radiation yielded to newer imaging modalities, and over time more papers were published describing applications of computer vision and medical image analysis to medicine.
The focus of TMI began to shift toward display-stage image analysis and psychophysics. TMI matured and broadened its scope significantly under Randy's leadership. Gabor Herman , a well-known medical image processing expert, was the third EIC These were tumultuous times as the editorial office began the transition from paper to modern electronic publishing.
There were many changes to the record management systems that guided the review process.
The initial office budget was minimal. As Gabor labored with the transition, volumes began being published late. Gabor resigned in his second year which began an extended search for a new EIC. Mike was deeply interested and involved with the nuts and bolts of imaging modalities, visualization, and image processing for radiological applications.
He set up an efficient office management system, using advanced support tools developed at IEEE Headquarters, i. Mike increased the number of issues per volume from four to six per year in , and then to twelve issues per year in Imaging Health Inf. Sinivasamoorthi and R.
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