Iterative reconstruction of the electron density and effective atomic number using a non-linear forward model

@inproceedings{Mohan2022IterativeRO,
  title={Iterative reconstruction of the electron density and effective atomic number using a non-linear forward model},
  author={K. Aditya Mohan and Kyle M. Champley and Albert W. Reed and Steven M. Glenn and Harry E. Martz},
  booktitle={Defense + Commercial Sensing},
  year={2022}
}
For material identification, characterization, and quantification, it is useful to estimate system-independent material properties that do not depend on the detailed specifications of the X-ray computed tomography (CT) system such as spectral response. System independent ρe and Ze (SIRZ) refers to a suite of methods for estimating the system independent material properties of electron density (ρe) and effective atomic number (Ze) of an object scanned using dual-energy X-ray CT (DECT). The… 

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