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History and Latest Advances in Flow Estimation Technology: From 1-D in 2-D to 3-D in 4-D

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Jensen, JA, Sand Traberg, M, Nguyen, TQ, Thomsen, EV, Bent Larsen, N, Beers, C, Tomov, BG, Bachmann Nielsen, M, Ivanov Nikolov, S, Hansen, KL, Bo Stuart, M, Villagomez Hoyos, CA, Schou, M, Ommen, ML, Husebo Oygard, S & Jorgensen, LT 2019, 'History and Latest Advances in Flow Estimation Technology: From 1-D in 2-D to 3-D in 4-D' IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS, s. 1041-1050.

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Jensen, J. A., Sand Traberg, M., Nguyen, T. Q., Thomsen, E. V., Bent Larsen, N., Beers, C., ... Jorgensen, L. T. (2019). History and Latest Advances in Flow Estimation Technology: From 1-D in 2-D to 3-D in 4-D. IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS, 1041-1050.

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Jensen JA, Sand Traberg M, Nguyen TQ, Thomsen EV, Bent Larsen N, Beers C, Tomov BG, Bachmann Nielsen M, Ivanov Nikolov S, Hansen KL, Bo Stuart M, Villagomez Hoyos CA, Schou M, Ommen ML, Husebo Oygard S, Jorgensen LT. 2019. History and Latest Advances in Flow Estimation Technology: From 1-D in 2-D to 3-D in 4-D. IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS. 1041-1050.

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Jensen, Jorgen Arendt ; Sand Traberg, Marie ; Nguyen, Tin Quoc ; Thomsen, Erik Vilain ; Bent Larsen, Niels ; Beers, Christopher ; Tomov, Borislav Gueorguiev ; Bachmann Nielsen, Michael ; Ivanov Nikolov, Svetoslav ; Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov ; Bo Stuart, Matthias ; Villagomez Hoyos, Carlos A. ; Schou, Mikkel ; Ommen, Martin Lind ; Husebo Oygard, Sigrid ; Jorgensen, Lasse Thumann. / History and Latest Advances in Flow Estimation Technology : From 1-D in 2-D to 3-D in 4-D. I: IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS. 2019 ; s. 1041-1050.

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abstract = "Ultrasound imaging of flow has seen a tremendous development over the last sixty years from 1-D spectral displays to color flow mapping and the latest Vector Flow Imaging (VFI). The paper gives an overview of the development from current commercial vector flow systems to the latest advances in fast 4-D volumetric visualizations. It includes a description of the radical break with the current sequential data acquisition by the introduction of synthetic aperture imaging, where the whole region of interest is insonified using either spherical or plane waves also known as ultrafast imaging. This makes it possible to track flow continuously in all directions at frame rates of thousands of images per second. The latest research translates this to full volumetric imaging by employing matrix arrays and row-column arrays for full 3-D vector velocity estimation at all spatial points visualized at very high volume rates (4-D).",
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