Generalised finite radon transform for N×N images
This paper extends the domain of the finite radon transform (FRT) to apply to square arrays of arbitrary size. The FRT is a discrete formalism of the Radon transform that assumes the image is periodic over the finite array ZN2 and requires only arithmetic operations for both forward and exact inverse transformation. The FRT is useful in image processing applications such as tomographic reconstruction [I. Svalbe, D. van der Spek, Reconstruction of tomographic images using analog projections and...[Show more]
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