# Image reconstruction algorithm for a rotating slat collimator.

@article{Zeng2002ImageRA, title={Image reconstruction algorithm for a rotating slat collimator.}, author={Gengsheng Larry Zeng and Daniel Gagnon and Christopher G. Matthews and Jeffery A. Kolthammer and Jason D. Radachy and William G. Hawkins}, journal={Medical physics}, year={2002}, volume={29 7}, pages={ 1406-12 } }

A slat collimator in single photon emission computed tomography consists of a set of parallel slats. As the collimator spins, the detector measures a one-dimensional projection data set. A complete data set can be obtained by rotating the detector/collimator assembly around the object (patient) while the collimator spins continuously. The measured projection data are assumed to be weighted planar integrals of the object. This paper describes the development of an approximate three-dimensional… CONTINUE READING

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