Iterative reconstruction optimisations for high angle cone-beam micro-CT
We address several acquisition questions that have arisen for the high cone-angle helical-scanning micro-CT facility developed at the Australian National University. These challenges are generally known in medical and industrial cone-beam scanners but can be neglected in these systems. For our large datasets, with more than 2048³ voxels, minimising the number of operations (or iterations) is crucial. Large cone-angles enable high signal-to-noise ratio imaging and a large helical pitch to be...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings of SPIE : developments in X-Ray tomography IX 18–20 August 2014 San Diego, California, United States|
|Recur, B. et al Iterative Reconstruction 2014.pdf||1.2 MB||Adobe PDF|
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