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Translation: About one scheme of tomography.

@article{Gustschin2020TranslationAO,
  title={Translation: About one scheme of tomography.},
  author={Alex Gustschin},
  journal={arXiv: Image and Video Processing},
  year={2020}
}
  • A. Gustschin
  • Published 7 April 2020
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Image and Video Processing
The translation of an early (1958), Russian article by B. I. Korenblum, S. I. Tetelbaum and A. A. Tyutin on the development of x-ray computed tomography is provided. A new method to acquire cross-sectional x-ray images is studied which is based on processing information contained in an x-ray sinogram recorded at varying angles of an object. A derivation of the respective integral equation and its solution are given as well as a functional scheme of a computing and television screen-based device… 

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