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Tomographic X-ray data of 3D emoji

@article{Meaney2018TomographicXD,
  title={Tomographic X-ray data of 3D emoji},
  author={Alexander Meaney and Zenith Purisha and Samuli Siltanen},
  journal={arXiv: Medical Physics},
  year={2018}
}
This is the documentation of the tomographic X-ray data of emoji phantom made available at this https URL The data can be freely used for scientific purposes with appropriate references to the data and to this document in arxiv.org. The data set consists of (1) the X-ray sinogram of a single 2D slice of 33 emoji faces (contains 15 different emoji faces) made by small squared ceramic stones and (2) the corresponding static and dynamic measurement matrices modeling the linear operation of the X… 

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