Intertwined Digital Rays in Discrete Radon Projections Pooled over Adjacent Prime Sized Arrays
Digital projections are image intensity sums taken along directed rays that sample whole pixel values at periodic locations along the ray. For 2D square arrays with sides of prime length, the Discrete Radon Transform (DRT) is very efficient at reconstructing digital images from their digital projections. The periodic gaps in digital rays complicate the use of the DRT for efficient reconstruction of tomographic images from real projection data, where there are no gaps along the projection...[Show more]
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