Medical Biophysics 3505F – Mathematical Transform Applications in Medical Biophysics

The role of mathematical tranforms in biomedical research. Application of Fourier Transforms for imaging and image analysis. Applications of systems analysis and Laplace Transforms to model complex systems, and of linear time-invariant systems and kinetic models to analyze physiological processes. Antirequisite(s): The former Medical Biophysics 3303E. Prerequisite(s): One of Calculus 1000A/B or 1100A/B plus one of Calculus 1301A/B or 1501A/B, or Applied Mathematics 1413; one of Physics 1028A/B, 1301A/B, 1401A/B or 1501A/B, and one of Physics 1029A/B, 1302A/B, 1402A/B or 1502A/B, or one of the former Physics 1020, 1024 or 1026. Although typically taken in third year, this course is available to second-year students with an overall average of at least 70% in first year. Corequisite(s): Pre-or Corequisite(s): Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory/tutorial hours, 0.5 course. back to top




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