Quantifying the Partial Volume Effect in PET Using Benford's Law

@article{Wells2007QuantifyingTP,
  title={Quantifying the Partial Volume Effect in PET Using Benford's Law},
  author={Kevin Wells and John Chiverton and Mike Partridge and Miriam Barry and Haval Kadhem and Bob Ott},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science},
  year={2007},
  volume={54},
  pages={1616-1625}
}
Partial volume (PV) correction techniques in PET or SPECT represents a key step in image quantification methods. The PV effect arises because of the blurring induced by the imaging system's point spread function (PSF), producing intra-voxel mixing of the signals arising from different functional tissue classes. Quantification of this effect is often required to recover the mixing components within a group of voxels, from whence the true tissue concentration in a given volume or region can be… CONTINUE READING