Sparse-View Ultrasound Diffraction Tomography Using Compressed Sensing with Nonuniform FFT

  title={Sparse-View Ultrasound Diffraction Tomography Using Compressed Sensing with Nonuniform FFT},
  author={Shaoyan Hua and Mingyue Ding and Ming Yuchi},
  booktitle={Comp. Math. Methods in Medicine},
Accurate reconstruction of the object from sparse-view sampling data is an appealing issue for ultrasound diffraction tomography (UDT). In this paper, we present a reconstruction method based on compressed sensing framework for sparse-view UDT. Due to the piecewise uniform characteristics of anatomy structures, the total variation is introduced into the cost function to find a more faithful sparse representation of the object. The inverse problem of UDT is iteratively resolved by conjugate… CONTINUE READING


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