Inverse Source Methods in Diffuse Imaging

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Inverse Source Methods in Diffuse Imaging. / Harhanen, Lauri.

Aalto University, 2013. 118 s.

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Harhanen, L 2013, 'Inverse Source Methods in Diffuse Imaging', Tohtorintutkinto, Aalto-yliopisto.

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Harhanen, L. (2013). Inverse Source Methods in Diffuse Imaging Aalto University

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Harhanen L. Inverse Source Methods in Diffuse Imaging. Aalto University, 2013. 118 s. (Aalto University publication series DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS; 196).

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Harhanen, Lauri. / Inverse Source Methods in Diffuse Imaging. Aalto University, 2013. 118 Sivumäärä

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