3D Image Reconstruction from X-Ray Measurements with Overlap

  title={3D Image Reconstruction from X-Ray Measurements with Overlap},
  author={Maria Klodt and Raphael Andreas Hauser},
3D image reconstruction from a set of X-ray projections is an important image reconstruction problem, with applications in medical imaging, industrial inspection and airport security. The innovation of X-ray emitter arrays allows for a novel type of X-ray scanners with multiple simultaneously emitting sources. However, two or more sources emitting at the same time can yield measurements from overlapping rays, imposing a new type of image reconstruction problem based on nonlinear constraints… 

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