It is difficult to find a book that covers both biomedical image processing and biomedical signal processing that also has good coverage of the physics of biomedical signal acquisition techniques and biomedical imaging. This book, which contains much information in the field of signal and image processing techniques (the first edition appeared in 2005), has perfectly achieved this goal.
This 12-chapter text has the goal of showing how mathematics can illuminate fascinating problems drawn from society and biology. Each chapter takes a particular mathematical topic and applies it to one or more problems in society or biology.
Modeling and simulation have developed into indispensable disciplines in many fields including the physiological sciences; yet, there are few accessible texts available that teach the model building process in a methodical way for the physiological model developer. This text fills that need admirably.