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25 April 2000 Processing of CT sinograms acquired using a VRX detector
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Abstract
A 'variable resolution x-ray detector' (VRX) capable of resolving beyond 100 cycles/main a single dimension has been proposed by DiBianca, et al. The use of detectors of this design for computed-tomography (CT) imaging requires novel preprocessing of data to correct for the detector's non- uniform imaging characteristics over its range of view. This paper describes algorithms developed specifically to adjust VRX data for varying magnification, source-to-detector range and beam obliquity and to sharpen reconstructions by deconvolving the ray impulse function. The preprocessing also incorporates nonlinear interpolation of VRX raw data into canonical CT sinogram formats.
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Lawrence M. Jordan, Frank A. DiBianca, Ping Zou, Joseph S. Laughter, and Herbert D. Zeman "Processing of CT sinograms acquired using a VRX detector", Proc. SPIE 3977, Medical Imaging 2000: Physics of Medical Imaging, (25 April 2000); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.384534
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