Discrete tomography (DT) deals with the reconstruction of a function from its projections, when the function has a known discrete range. The knowledge of the discrete range, possibly together with some prior information, can significantly reduce the number of projections required for a high-quality reconstruction. The reconstruction methods used in DT applications are usually based on some formulation as an optimization problem. This paper presents methods and results of DT based on problems of angiography, emission tomography, and electron microscopy (EM).
- Discrete tomography (DT)
- Electron microscopy (EM)
- Emission tomography
- Medical imaging
- Reconstruction from projections
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering