The binary dissector: phase contrast tomography of two- and three-material objects from few projections
In X-ray computed tomography (CT) increased information requirements (e.g. increased resolution) typically lead to a concurrent increase in the required number of viewing angles, scanning time and delivered dose. We demonstrate that using phase-contrast imaging it is possible to “dissect” two- and three-material objects into their component materials, which in combination with binary tomographic techniques allows us to satisfy increased information requirements without taking the...[Show more]
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