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BACKGROUND Digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) is an emerging imaging modality which produces three-dimensional radiographic images of breast. DBT reconstructs tomographic images from a limited view angle, thus data acquired from DBT is not sufficient enough to reconstruct an exact image. It was proven that a sparse image from a highly undersampled data can(More)
In tomosynthesis imaging, out-of-focus slice blur problem arises due to incomplete sampling problem. Several approaches have been proposed to deal with this problem. Algebraic reconstruction technique (ART) is one of the most commonly used methods. Total variation (TV) minimization has recently been applied to improve performance of the classical(More)
Recently, medical modalities such as low dose CT, MRI and tomosynthesis have focused on generating noise-free images by using fewer measurements. However acquiring or using less data to reconstruct an image increases the noise level in the image. Thus, image denoising has been one of the most active research areas due to the noise existence in most medical(More)
BACKGROUND After the release of compressed sensing (CS) theory, reconstruction algorithms from sparse and incomplete data have shown great improvements in diminishing artifacts of missing data. Following this progress, both local and non-local regularization induced iterative reconstructions have been actively used in limited view angle imaging problems. (More)
Hand hygiene (HH) compliance is known as the most significant factor to reduce the transmission of infection to patients in health care institutions. Thus, monitoring hand hygiene compliance has become an important tool to control the infection transmission. Most of the currently used HH monitoring devices and systems use battery powered badges or(More)
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