All the chapters are well written by established authorities, whose opinions on the future directions are also included. There is no doubt that the book serves its purpose well, which I read with pleasure and satisfaction. Clearly, the book provides a solid foundation to understand the big picture, technical contents, and open problems of EIT and to prepare a mathematician, an engineer, or a technologist for research and development in various aspects of EIT, and a biomedical researcher or a clinician for applications of EIT techniques
. I highly recommend this masterpiece for imaging scientists and engineers who are interested in EIT, and sincerely suggest that all those who are involved with tomographic imaging and noninvasive testing would benefit by reading such an excellent text
- Ge Wang, Biomedical Engineering Online
Holder is held in very high regard by the EIT community. He has an international reputation for his work on brain imaging, and his research group has done all of the significant work in brain research.
The author has assembled almost all of the experts in the field as chapter authors, and thus provides an excellent and appropriate coverage of the field.
-Ron Smallwood, University of Sheffield, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, UK