High-resolution helical cone-beam micro-CT with theoretically-exact reconstruction from experimental data
Purpose: In this paper we show that optimization-based autofocus may be used to overcome the instabilities that have, until now, made high-resolution theoretically-exact tomographic reconstruction impractical. To our knowledge, this represents the first successful use of theoretically-exact reconstruction in helical micro computed tomography (micro-CT) imaging. We show that autofocus-corrected, theoretically-exact helical CT is a viable option for high-resolution micro-CT imaging at high...[Show more]
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