26 February 2016 Fast multislice fluorescence molecular tomography using sparsity-inducing regularization
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Fluorescence molecular tomography (FMT) is a rapidly growing imaging method that facilitates the recovery of small fluorescent targets within biological tissue. The major challenge facing the FMT reconstruction method is the ill-posed nature of the inverse problem. In order to overcome this problem, the acquisition of large FMT datasets and the utilization of a fast FMT reconstruction algorithm with sparsity regularization have been suggested recently. Therefore, the use of a joint L1/total-variation (TV) regularization as a means of solving the ill-posed FMT inverse problem is proposed. A comparative quantified analysis of regularization methods based on L1-norm and TV are performed using simulated datasets, and the results show that the fast composite splitting algorithm regularization method can ensure the accuracy and robustness of the FMT reconstruction. The feasibility of the proposed method is evaluated in an
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Sedigheh Marjaneh Hejazi, Saeed Sarkar, Ziba Darezereshki, "Fast multislice fluorescence molecular tomography using sparsity-inducing regularization," Journal of Biomedical Optics 21(2), 026012 (26 February 2016). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JBO.21.2.026012 . Submission:
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