Three-dimensional Iterative Reconstruction Algorithms With Attenuation And Geometric Point Response Correction

  title={Three-dimensional Iterative Reconstruction Algorithms With Attenuation And Geometric Point Response Correction},
  author={Gengsheng Larry Zeng and Grant T. Gullberg and J. A. Terry and Benjamin M. W. Tsui},
  journal={1990 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record},
A three-dimensional iterative reconstruction algorithm which incorporates models of the geometric point response in the projector-backprojector is presented for parallel, fan, and cone beam geometries. The algorithms have been tested on an IBM 3090-600S supercomputer. The iterative EM reconstruction algorithm is 50 times longer with geometric response and photon attenuation models than without modeling these physical effects. An improvement in image quality in the reconstruction of projection… 
Three-dimensional geometric point response correction in rotating slant-hole (RSH) SPECT
  • G. Bal, R. Clackdoyle, G. Zeng, D. Kadrmas
  • Physics
    1999 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium. Conference Record. 1999 Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference (Cat. No.99CH37019)
  • 1999
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