Correction for collimator width (restoration) in reconstructive X-ray tomography.


X-ray measurements made by scanning in a plane, in successive position angles, involve a degradation (smoothing, or blurring) associated with the nonzero width of the strip occupied by the X-ray beam. The collimating holes that define the X-ray beam cannot be made indefinitely small without increasing the X-ray source power indefinitely. However, making a… (More)


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