• Complex
  • Title
  • Author
  • Keyword
  • Abstract
  • Scholars
Search
High Impact Results & Cited Count Trend for Year Keyword Cloud and Partner Relationship

Query:

学者姓名:万明习

Refining:

Source

Submit Unfold

Co-Author

Submit Unfold

Language

Submit

Clean All

Export Sort by:
Default
  • Default
  • Title
  • Year
  • WOS Cited Count
  • Impact factor
  • Ascending
  • Descending
< Page ,Total 43 >
A Joint Least Squares and Least Absolute Deviation Model SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 26 (4) , 543-547 | IEEE SIGNAL PROCESSING LETTERS
Abstract&Keyword Cite

Abstract :

We propose a joint least squares and least absolute deviations (JOLESALAD) model, show that the proposed model can cover least absolute shrinkage and selection operator (LASSO) and two of its variants, namely the generalized LASSO (gLASSO) and the constrained LASSO (cLASSO), and prove that under a full rank condition, the JOLESALAD can be transformed into cLASSO. Based on this equivalency, rich tools currently available for LASSO models can be applied to solve gLASSO and cLASSO. As an example of illustration, we demonstrate an application of the proposed model to the restoration of a noisy ramp signal that needs proper use of penalty term.

Keyword :

constrained LASSO generalized LASSO ramp signal restoration LASSO

Cite:

Copy from the list or Export to your reference management。

GB/T 7714 Duan, Junbo , Idier, Jerome , Wang, Yu-Ping et al. A Joint Least Squares and Least Absolute Deviation Model [J]. | IEEE SIGNAL PROCESSING LETTERS , 2019 , 26 (4) : 543-547 .
MLA Duan, Junbo et al. "A Joint Least Squares and Least Absolute Deviation Model" . | IEEE SIGNAL PROCESSING LETTERS 26 . 4 (2019) : 543-547 .
APA Duan, Junbo , Idier, Jerome , Wang, Yu-Ping , Wan, Mingxi . A Joint Least Squares and Least Absolute Deviation Model . | IEEE SIGNAL PROCESSING LETTERS , 2019 , 26 (4) , 543-547 .
Export to NoteExpress RIS BibTex
Reconstruction of Mandarin Electrolaryngeal Fricatives With Hybrid Noise Source EI SSCI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 27 (2) , 383-391 | IEEE-ACM TRANSACTIONS ON AUDIO SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING
Abstract&Keyword Cite

Abstract :

The Mandarin electrolaryngeal (EL) speech is suffering from severe fricative confusion due to improper EL source in EL speech production and abnormal physiological structure of vocal tract in the laryngectomized condition. To reduce the fricative confusions, this paper proposes a hybrid noise source by combining the typical natural fricative sources and compensation sources that consider the acoustic defects in the frequency domain caused by the truncated vocal tract and abnormal source location in EL speech production. All parameters of the model are fricative-specific and the parameters of the compensation sources are determined by analyzing the vocal tract transfer functions before and after the laryngectomy. All five Mandarin fricatives are produced by laryngectomized subjects with an experimental EL system loading the hybrid noise source and the wideband noise source. The acoustic and perceptual features of these reconstructed EL fricatives are analyzed and evaluated by comparing with the conventional EL fricatives and normal fricatives. The results indicate that the hybrid noise source successfully improves the acoustic properties of the EL fricatives by forming better spectral shapes, raising the frequencies of average energy concentration, and producing better spectral skewness and kurtosis. Finally, due to these improvements of acoustic properties, the hybrid noise sources achieve much larger intelligibility for EL fricatives than the wideband noise source and the conventional EL source. Thus, the hybrid noise source is an effective, feasible, and promising method of reducing the severe fricative confusions and improving the intelligibility of EL speech.

Keyword :

intelligibility voice source Acoustic analysis electrolarynx fricative reconstruction

Cite:

Copy from the list or Export to your reference management。

GB/T 7714 Xiao, Ke , Wang, Supin , Wan, Mingxi et al. Reconstruction of Mandarin Electrolaryngeal Fricatives With Hybrid Noise Source [J]. | IEEE-ACM TRANSACTIONS ON AUDIO SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING , 2019 , 27 (2) : 383-391 .
MLA Xiao, Ke et al. "Reconstruction of Mandarin Electrolaryngeal Fricatives With Hybrid Noise Source" . | IEEE-ACM TRANSACTIONS ON AUDIO SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING 27 . 2 (2019) : 383-391 .
APA Xiao, Ke , Wang, Supin , Wan, Mingxi , Wu, Liang . Reconstruction of Mandarin Electrolaryngeal Fricatives With Hybrid Noise Source . | IEEE-ACM TRANSACTIONS ON AUDIO SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING , 2019 , 27 (2) , 383-391 .
Export to NoteExpress RIS BibTex
A fast scheme for renal microvascular perfusion functional imaging: Assessed by an imaging quality evaluation model. PubMed SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 46 (2) , 738-745 | Medical physics
Abstract&Keyword Cite

Abstract :

This study aimed to develop a fast scheme of multiparametric perfusion functional imaging (PFI) based on dynamic contrast-enhanced ultrasound (DCEUS) for assessing renal microvascular hemodynamics.The flow process in the DCEUS-based PFI was modified step-by-step to improve its operational efficiency, which was validated through in vivo renal perfusion experiments. A multiparametric model with a comprehensive coefficient of imaging quality (CIQ) was then built on four terms of the average information entropy, contrast, gray, and noise coefficient of PFIs to evaluate the sacrifice of imaging quality during modifications of DCEUS-based PFI.The multiparametric model successfully evaluated modifications of DCEUS-based PFI from multiple perspectives (R<sup>2</sup>  = 0.73, P < 0.01). Compared with the raw scheme in the renal sagittal and coronal planes, the fast PFI scheme significantly improved its operational efficiency by 62.82 ± 1.07% (P < 0.01) and the nine PFIs simultaneously maintained a similar CIQ of 0.26 ± 0.06.The inhomogeneous hemodynamic distributions with a ring-like feature in the renal microvasculature were accurately and efficiently characterized by the fast PFI scheme. The fast PFI scheme can be applied for early diagnosis, follow-up evaluation and monitoring treatment of chronic kidney disease.

Keyword :

modification dynamic contrast-enhanced ultrasound perfusion functional imaging multiparametric model coefficient of imaging quality

Cite:

Copy from the list or Export to your reference management。

GB/T 7714 Wang Diya , Xu Shanshan , Zhang Kejia et al. A fast scheme for renal microvascular perfusion functional imaging: Assessed by an imaging quality evaluation model. [J]. | Medical physics , 2019 , 46 (2) : 738-745 .
MLA Wang Diya et al. "A fast scheme for renal microvascular perfusion functional imaging: Assessed by an imaging quality evaluation model." . | Medical physics 46 . 2 (2019) : 738-745 .
APA Wang Diya , Xu Shanshan , Zhang Kejia , Zhang Xinyu , Yang Xuan , Xiao Mengnan et al. A fast scheme for renal microvascular perfusion functional imaging: Assessed by an imaging quality evaluation model. . | Medical physics , 2019 , 46 (2) , 738-745 .
Export to NoteExpress RIS BibTex
A Parallelizable Framework for Segmenting Piecewise Signals SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 7 , 13217-13229 | IEEE ACCESS
Abstract&Keyword Cite

Abstract :

Piecewise signals appear in many application fields. Here, we propose a framework for segmenting such signals based on the modeling of each piece using a parametric probability distribution. The proposed framework first models the segmentation as an optimization problem with sparsity regularization. Then, an algorithm based on dynamic programming is utilized for finding the optimal solution. However, dynamic programming often suffers from a heavy computational burden. Therefore, we further show that the proposed framework is parallelizable and propose using GPU-based parallel computing to accelerate the computation. This approach is highly desirable for the analysis of large volumes of data that are ubiquitous. The experiments on both the simulated and real genomic datasets from the next-generation sequencing demonstrate an improved performance in terms of both segmentation quality and computational speed.

Keyword :

piecewise distribution dynamic programming Parallel computing next generation sequencing segmentation algorithm

Cite:

Copy from the list or Export to your reference management。

GB/T 7714 Duan, Junbo , Soussen, Charles , Brie, David et al. A Parallelizable Framework for Segmenting Piecewise Signals [J]. | IEEE ACCESS , 2019 , 7 : 13217-13229 .
MLA Duan, Junbo et al. "A Parallelizable Framework for Segmenting Piecewise Signals" . | IEEE ACCESS 7 (2019) : 13217-13229 .
APA Duan, Junbo , Soussen, Charles , Brie, David , Idier, Jerome , Wang, Yu-Ping , Wan, Mingxi . A Parallelizable Framework for Segmenting Piecewise Signals . | IEEE ACCESS , 2019 , 7 , 13217-13229 .
Export to NoteExpress RIS BibTex
Radiated Noise Suppression for Electrolarynx Speech Based on Multiband Time-Domain Amplitude Modulation EI SSCI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 26 (9) , 1585-1593 | IEEE-ACM TRANSACTIONS ON AUDIO SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING
Abstract&Keyword Cite

Abstract :

Radiated noise severely degrades the electrolarynx (EL) speech. It cannot be thoroughly suppressed by conventional frequency-domain enhancement methods. In this paper, a new method, called multiband time-domain amplitude modulation (MTAM), is proposed to reduce the radiated noise of EL speech. In the proposed method, the speech components changing slowly that represent the radiated noise are removed by directly modulating the time-domain amplitudes in multiple frequency bands. The EL speech enhanced by the proposed MTAM and the conventional frequency-domain enhancement methods (spectral subtraction and Wiener filtering) are evaluated on both acoustic and perceptual characteristics. The acoustic analysis reveals that the MTAM not only can reduce the radiated noise more thoroughly but can also easily control the residual noise intensity by adjusting a modulation parameter.. Moreover, the MTAM can avoid causing new artificial noise that cannot be avoided by the conventional frequency-domain enhancement methods. The perceptual analysis indicates that the MTAM also have better performance on increasing the acceptability and the consonant intelligibility of EL speech than spectral subtraction and Wiener filtering. These findings validate that the MTAM indeed works well in suppressing the radiated noise of EL speech and avoiding the artificial noise.

Keyword :

radiated noise time-domain amplitude modulation speech quality enhancement Electrolarynx speech

Cite:

Copy from the list or Export to your reference management。

GB/T 7714 Xiao, Ke , Wang, Supin , Wan, Mingxi et al. Radiated Noise Suppression for Electrolarynx Speech Based on Multiband Time-Domain Amplitude Modulation [J]. | IEEE-ACM TRANSACTIONS ON AUDIO SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING , 2018 , 26 (9) : 1585-1593 .
MLA Xiao, Ke et al. "Radiated Noise Suppression for Electrolarynx Speech Based on Multiband Time-Domain Amplitude Modulation" . | IEEE-ACM TRANSACTIONS ON AUDIO SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING 26 . 9 (2018) : 1585-1593 .
APA Xiao, Ke , Wang, Supin , Wan, Mingxi , Wu, Liang . Radiated Noise Suppression for Electrolarynx Speech Based on Multiband Time-Domain Amplitude Modulation . | IEEE-ACM TRANSACTIONS ON AUDIO SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING , 2018 , 26 (9) , 1585-1593 .
Export to NoteExpress RIS BibTex
Rapid Histotripsy Treatment Using Protocol of Fundamental and Second Harmonic Superposition Combined with Hundred-Microsecond Ultrasound Pulses with Sector Array Approach: Initial Experiments CPCI-S
会议论文 | 2018 | IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS)
Abstract&Keyword Cite

Abstract :

In this study, we propose a strategy of using a 4 element sector array, fundamental and second harmonic pressure superposition, and waveform of hundred microsecond pulses and two stages. Hopefully, the rapid histotripsy process can be achieved through increasing one spot lesion volume, enhancing pressure from cavitation reflection and multi boiling bubbles. A custom-designed 4 element sector array operated at 1.2 and 2.4 MHz with 146 mm aperture, 100 mm geometric focal length. In our initial experiments, we used the one focus pattern with acoustic focus dimension of 0.7 mm by 3 mm (lateral by axial length) and the peak negative pressure of each frequency exceeding-10 MPa. The histotripsy waveform scheme of hundred-microsecond pulses and two stages was used: stage 1, pulses with a pulse duration (PD) of 350 is and pulse repetition frequency (PRF) of 100 Hz; stage 2, same PD and PRF as those in stage 1 and 1% duty factor. The experiments were implemented in gel phantom with bovine serum albumin (BSA), ex vivo porcine kidneys, monitored via high speed camera or passive cavitation detection (PCD). As expected, the experiments achieved successfully the disintegrated lesions with typical dimension of 5.5 mm by 7.5 mm (lateral by axial length) in porcine kidneys. The slide of H&E stained shows the lesion region where tissue fractionates into acellular debris with sharp boundary. The filtered-PCD mean square waveform indicates the enhanced inertial cavitation energy. The selected images from high speed imaging show the cavitation cloud structure and cavitation bubble -layer reflection effects toward to transducer in prefocal region. The large sized lesion with wider 5.5-mm lateral dimension generated in prefocal region can attribute to dual frequency parallel beams with shock waves, strong cavitation bubble -layer reflection effects, and the parallel boiling bubbles of two frequencies.

Keyword :

Enhanced histotripsy Hundred-microsecond ultrasound pulses Tissue homogenate Boiling bubbles Fundamental and second harmonic superposition from sector array

Cite:

Copy from the list or Export to your reference management。

GB/T 7714 Lu, Mingzhu , Han, Dan , Wang, Rui et al. Rapid Histotripsy Treatment Using Protocol of Fundamental and Second Harmonic Superposition Combined with Hundred-Microsecond Ultrasound Pulses with Sector Array Approach: Initial Experiments [C] . 2018 .
MLA Lu, Mingzhu et al. "Rapid Histotripsy Treatment Using Protocol of Fundamental and Second Harmonic Superposition Combined with Hundred-Microsecond Ultrasound Pulses with Sector Array Approach: Initial Experiments" . (2018) .
APA Lu, Mingzhu , Han, Dan , Wang, Rui , Li, Yujiao , Geng, Yizhe , Liu, Yanshan et al. Rapid Histotripsy Treatment Using Protocol of Fundamental and Second Harmonic Superposition Combined with Hundred-Microsecond Ultrasound Pulses with Sector Array Approach: Initial Experiments . (2018) .
Export to NoteExpress RIS BibTex
Ultrasound Transcranial Imaging based on Fast Coherent-time-delay and Correlative Pixel-based Beamforming CPCI-S
会议论文 | 2018 | IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS)
Abstract&Keyword Cite

Abstract :

Adaptive beamforming, such as the fast minimum variance (FMV) algorithm, has been developed to improve the contrast-to-noise ratio (CNR) in plane wave imaging with extremely reduced computation. However, in ultrasound transcranial imaging, FMV will be confronted with challenges raised by echoes with low intensities, especially when calculating the beamformer contributions at points which are in a distance from the beam center line. In order to improve the CNR and resolution in low echo beamforming during transcranial imaging, this paper proposed an adaptive beamforming which combined with fast minimum variance (FMV) algorithm and unified pixel-based beamforming, i.e. fast coherent-time-delay and correlative pixel-based (FCCP) beamforming. By considering the influence of neighboring pixels during the beamforming, this method can remove undesirable information instead of increasing diagnostic information in transcranial imaging. The influence of neighboring pixels was reflected by coherent-time-delay and coherent coefficients of each covariance matrix. After the simulation and phantom study, the results prove that CNR and the resolution are indeed ameliorated be FCCP, compared with delay-and-sum (DAS) and conventional minimum variance (MV) algorithm. In simulation, the CNR was augmented by 6 dB as well as the lateral resolution was improved by from 0.1536 mm from 0.1740 mm. FCCP is the combination of compound coherent-time-delay and correlative pixel-based, which could improves the resolution and contrast if image, and FMV. FMV is involved for the high complexity caused by matrix inversion, the computation was simplified by principal component analysis (PCA) when calculate the covariance matrix.

Keyword :

coherent delay transcranial imaging plane wave imaging coherent coefficient correlative points

Cite:

Copy from the list or Export to your reference management。

GB/T 7714 Bai, Chen , Zhang, Xinyu , Qiao, Xiaoyang et al. Ultrasound Transcranial Imaging based on Fast Coherent-time-delay and Correlative Pixel-based Beamforming [C] . 2018 .
MLA Bai, Chen et al. "Ultrasound Transcranial Imaging based on Fast Coherent-time-delay and Correlative Pixel-based Beamforming" . (2018) .
APA Bai, Chen , Zhang, Xinyu , Qiao, Xiaoyang , Sang, Yuchao , Zhong, Hui , Wan, Mingxi . Ultrasound Transcranial Imaging based on Fast Coherent-time-delay and Correlative Pixel-based Beamforming . (2018) .
Export to NoteExpress RIS BibTex
Low Frequency Ultrasound Transcranial Imaging with Coherent Compounding of Diverging Chirp Waves CPCI-S
会议论文 | 2018 | IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS)
Abstract&Keyword Cite

Abstract :

For transcranial imaging based on contrast microbubbles, the acoustic window is limited to the temporal bone with strong attenuation. Consequently, the images obtained with conventional compounded plane waves (CPW) transmission is often not good in contrast-to-noise ratio (CNR). This is partly attribute to that short pulse commonly has low ability to penetrate the temporal bone. And moreover, CPW will raise a shadow area in the relatively deep field where beams are not overlapped. Although this can be improved by increasing the numbers of transmitting angles, it will reduce the frame rate. Therefore, to realize improvement both in detective sensitivity of microbubbles and CNR in transcranial imaging, the compounding of diverging chirp waves (CDCW), which combined the low frequency signals and chirp excitation with compounded diverging waves imaging, was investigated in this study. After confirming that the deflection angle of 30 and the angle interval of 2 should provide satisfactory imaging result, a phantom experiment with the 3-D printed skull and blood vessel model was performed and compared with CPW method. The results proved that CDCW can improve 2.95 dB of CNR with larger perspective, which can be an effective method for the future study of transcranial ultrasound imaging.

Keyword :

diverging wave transcranial ultrasound vascular imaging low frequency chirp wave

Cite:

Copy from the list or Export to your reference management。

GB/T 7714 Bai, Chen , Ji, Meiling , Qiao, Xiaoyang et al. Low Frequency Ultrasound Transcranial Imaging with Coherent Compounding of Diverging Chirp Waves [C] . 2018 .
MLA Bai, Chen et al. "Low Frequency Ultrasound Transcranial Imaging with Coherent Compounding of Diverging Chirp Waves" . (2018) .
APA Bai, Chen , Ji, Meiling , Qiao, Xiaoyang , Sang, Yuchao , Xu, Shanshan , Wan, Mingxi . Low Frequency Ultrasound Transcranial Imaging with Coherent Compounding of Diverging Chirp Waves . (2018) .
Export to NoteExpress RIS BibTex
Acoustic droplet vaporization and inertial cavitation thresholds and efficiencies of nanodroplets emulsions inside the focused region using a dual-frequency ring focused ultrasound EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 48 , 532-537 | ULTRASONICS SONOCHEMISTRY
WoS CC Cited Count: 1
Abstract&Keyword Cite

Abstract :

In this work, in order to develop a low-acoustic-intensity, high-efficiency and precise-treatment strategy, the vaporization of droplets and the inertial cavitation of vaporized microbubbles, using a dual-frequency focused ultrasound transducer, were investigated. The effect of a low frequency (LF), 1.1-MHz, sonication on droplet vaporization and the following inertial cavitation by the introduction of a high frequency (HF), 5-MHz, sonication was studied. It is shown that acoustic droplet vaporization (ADV) threshold is the lowest at dual-frequency sonication (LF of 18.9 W/cm(2) and HF of 4.1 W/cm(2)); moreover, the ADV efficiency is the highest at intensity threshold. The ADV area can be minimized to 2 mm(2) using a dual-frequency sonication (LF of 38.1 W/cm(2) and HF of 8.5 W/cm(2)). The IC area and efficiency can also be modulated using a dual-frequency sonication. Consequently, it can be concluded that in contrast to the single-frequency sonication, using the dual-frequency ultrasound, the vaporization of nanodroplets and the following inertial cavitation of the vaporized microbubbles can be modulated. Besides, a dual-frequency can result in the minimum ADV/IC area, lowest ADV/IC threshold, and highest ADV/IC efficiency.

Keyword :

Threshold Focal zone Acoustic droplet vaporization Dual frequency insonication Inertial cavitation

Cite:

Copy from the list or Export to your reference management。

GB/T 7714 Xu, Shanshan , Chang, Nan , Wang, Rui et al. Acoustic droplet vaporization and inertial cavitation thresholds and efficiencies of nanodroplets emulsions inside the focused region using a dual-frequency ring focused ultrasound [J]. | ULTRASONICS SONOCHEMISTRY , 2018 , 48 : 532-537 .
MLA Xu, Shanshan et al. "Acoustic droplet vaporization and inertial cavitation thresholds and efficiencies of nanodroplets emulsions inside the focused region using a dual-frequency ring focused ultrasound" . | ULTRASONICS SONOCHEMISTRY 48 (2018) : 532-537 .
APA Xu, Shanshan , Chang, Nan , Wang, Rui , Liu, Xiaodong , Guo, Shifang , Wang, Supin et al. Acoustic droplet vaporization and inertial cavitation thresholds and efficiencies of nanodroplets emulsions inside the focused region using a dual-frequency ring focused ultrasound . | ULTRASONICS SONOCHEMISTRY , 2018 , 48 , 532-537 .
Export to NoteExpress RIS BibTex
Laser-Activated Bioprobes with High Photothermal Conversion Efficiency for Sensitive Photoacoustic/Ultrasound Imaging and Photothermal Sensing EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 10 (35) , 29251-29259 | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES
WoS CC Cited Count: 3 SCOPUS Cited Count: 2
Abstract&Keyword Cite

Abstract :

Laser-activated bioprobes with high photothermal conversion efficiency (IRPDA@PFH NDs) based on biocompatible IR-780 doped polydopamine perfluorocarbon nanodroplets (NDs) were developed. When protected by gelatin microspheres, their near spherical morphologies can be easily observed with transmission electron microscope. Doping IR-780 (3 w/w % of added dopamine hydrochloride) can significantly enhance near-infrared (NIR) absorption and photothermal conversion efficiency to 57.7%. The enhanced NIR absorption and nonradiative relaxation are preferred to stronger photoacoustic (PA) signals and higher PA imaging definition; ultrasound (US) signals also increase more than 2.5 times because of easier phase change of NDs. These bioprobes had sensitive PA/US imaging capability with highly effective substitute utilizations, in which polydopamine was used either as a PA contrast or a photothermal agent. Perfluorocarbon can be used as an US contrast agent and temperature indicator. More importantly, the gray value increments of US increase with temperature in a general range from 35 to 55 degrees C. Especially, an approximate linear increasing of gray value in the optimized photothermal therapy (PTT) range from 35 degrees C to 50 degrees C could be used for the temperature monitoring and control of PTT. During PTT, the heated regions and the extent of photothermal heating can be visualized by US imaging. These findings indicate their great potential for biosensing and PTT monitoring.

Keyword :

sensor bioprobes nanodroplets photothermal conversion perfluorocarbon

Cite:

Copy from the list or Export to your reference management。

GB/T 7714 Zhu, Hongrui , Qin, Dui , Wu, Youshen et al. Laser-Activated Bioprobes with High Photothermal Conversion Efficiency for Sensitive Photoacoustic/Ultrasound Imaging and Photothermal Sensing [J]. | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES , 2018 , 10 (35) : 29251-29259 .
MLA Zhu, Hongrui et al. "Laser-Activated Bioprobes with High Photothermal Conversion Efficiency for Sensitive Photoacoustic/Ultrasound Imaging and Photothermal Sensing" . | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES 10 . 35 (2018) : 29251-29259 .
APA Zhu, Hongrui , Qin, Dui , Wu, Youshen , Jing, Bowen , Liu, Jiajun , Hazlewood, David et al. Laser-Activated Bioprobes with High Photothermal Conversion Efficiency for Sensitive Photoacoustic/Ultrasound Imaging and Photothermal Sensing . | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES , 2018 , 10 (35) , 29251-29259 .
Export to NoteExpress RIS BibTex
10| 20| 50 per page
< Page ,Total 43 >

Export

Results:

Selected

to

Format:
FAQ| About| Online/Total:2873/65831463
Address:XI'AN JIAOTONG UNIVERSITY LIBRARY(No.28, Xianning West Road, Xi'an, Shaanxi Post Code:710049) Contact Us:029-82667865
Copyright:XI'AN JIAOTONG UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Technical Support:Beijing Aegean Software Co., Ltd.