Noise Robust Mojette Reconstructions for Missing Wedge Effect Attenuation

Abstract : The Mojette transform is a tomographic reconstruction method based on a discrete and finite interpretation of the Radon theorem. Since the Mojette acquisition follows the discrete image geometry, this method resolves the well-known irregular sampling problem. A specific algorithm called Corner Based Inversion (CBI) is proposed to reconstruct without any error an image from its projections even if the angular coverage is not sufficient (missing wedge). However, this reconstruction is noise sensitive and reconstruction from corrupted data fails. In this paper, we develop new noise robust CBI algorithms and we apply them both on discrete Mojette acquisitions and on usual Radon acquisitions. Reconstruction results are discussed to highlight the efficiency of these algorithms for usual tomography and perspectives are proposed to reduce the missing wedge effect.
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Benoît Recur, Pascal Desbarats, Jean-Philippe Domenger. Noise Robust Mojette Reconstructions for Missing Wedge Effect Attenuation. Journal of Multimedia Processing and Technologies, 2010, 1 (4), pp.208-227. ⟨hal-00627493⟩



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