A Flexible Method for Multi-Material Decomposition of Dual-Energy CT Images

@article{Mendona2014AFM,
  title={A Flexible Method for Multi-Material Decomposition of Dual-Energy CT Images},
  author={Paulo R. S. Mendonça and Peter Lamb and Dushyant Sahani},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging},
  year={2014},
  volume={33},
  pages={99-116}
}
The ability of dual-energy computed-tomographic (CT) systems to determine the concentration of constituent materials in a mixture, known as material decomposition, is the basis for many of dual-energy CT's clinical applications. However, the complex composition of tissues and organs in the human body poses a challenge for many material decomposition methods, which assume the presence of only two, or at most three, materials in the mixture. We developed a flexible, model-based method that… CONTINUE READING

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