Svalbe, Imants D; Kingston, Andrew
This paper examines how the minimal set of digital projection angles for the Discrete Radon Transform (DRT) is selected from the known sequence of Farey fractions. A square array of prime size p defines a unique direction for each digital projection, m, through an integer ratio xm/ym. Here xm and ym define the nearest neighbour distance, dm, between projection samples under a modulus p sampling rule. We show the maximum gap length, dmax, on square and hexagonal lattices is < √(2p/√3) and ≤ √p...[Show more]
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