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A hand/joint radiograph from systems such as C-arm is a two-dimensional (2D) projection of a three-dimensional (3D) object. In this paper we describe a simple tomosynthesis algorithm that is particularly suited for 3D imaging of joints based on a C-arm system. The algorithm is tested and...
Computed tomography plays an important role in industrial non-destructive testing, medical applications, astronomy and many other fields to analyze inner structures of scanned objects. This article addresses a new development of non-destructive testing software platform to efficiently detect...
In the context of target optimization for multi-keV x-ray production in laser experiment, we have adapted a method for visual observation of the conversion efficiency calculated from a large number of 1-D hydro-radiative simulations. A Monte Carlo method based on uniformly distributed random...
Many different performance measures are used to characterize x-ray optics, sometimes resulting in radically different rankings. This makes it difficult, even for practitioners intimately involved in the field, to compare results from different optics and for different applications. To truly...
In previous studies, we developed a blind deblurring algorithm based on the edge-to-noise ratio (ENR) and EM algorithm to improve the quality of spiral CT images. In this work, we apply the Wiener filter in place of the EM algorithm to improve the timing performance. The algorithm works well in...
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