Superiorized method for metal artifact reduction

@article{Humphries2020SuperiorizedMF,
  title={Superiorized method for metal artifact reduction},
  author={Thomas Humphries and J. Wang},
  journal={Medical physics},
  year={2020}
}
PURPOSE Metal artifact reduction (MAR) is a challenging problem in computed tomography (CT) imaging. A popular class of MAR methods replace sinogram measurements that are corrupted by metal with artificial data, typically generated from some combination of interpolation along with other heuristics. While these "projection completion" approaches are successful in eliminating severe artifacts, secondary artifacts may be introduced by the artificial data. In this paper, we propose an approach… 
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