Imaging science is a multidisciplinary field based on physics, mathematics, computer science, systems engineering, and chemistry. Students in imaging science study the theory behind the technologies used to create images, the integration of those technologies into imaging systems, and the application of those systems to solve scientific problems. The imaging science curriculum includes the study of, The physical observables associated with the subject of an image, such as reflected or emitted electromagnetic radiation.
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