There are two main methods for tomographic reconstruction: one is based on Radon transform and its inverse transform such as filtered back-projection (FBP), another is based on solving linear algebra equations such as algebraic reconstruction technique (ART).
This toolbox includes tools for creating projections and reconstructing the image from projections:
tomo_projection_2d, computes projections of a given image;
build_weight_matrix, builds weighting factor matrix used for algebraic methods;
tomo_reconstruction_bp, reconstructs the image from its projections using BP method;
tomo_reconstruction_fbp, reconstructs the image from its projections using FBP method;
tomo_reconstruction_sart, reconstructs the image from its projections using SART method;
tomo_reconstruction_lsqr, reconstructs the image from its projections, equations are solved by calling the build-in lsqr function.
See demo.m for details.
Ligong Han (2020). 2-D Tomographic Reconstruction Demo (https://github.com/phymhan/matlab-tomo-2d), GitHub. Retrieved .
There are file dependencies (imtest and impad) that are not described in the scripts or documentation. Without these files, the functions cannot be run.
I am getting the following error:
two files are missing in the directory: imtest and bone01. Does anyone know where I could find these.
There are some missing functions as 'tomo_reconstruction_sart_im'. The demo cannot run easily.
I'm having trouble with the SART method, it doesn't converge when I try to run it. Does anyone have a demo like the one given for the ART method?
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Robust, concise, intelligible code for forward and backforward projection image reconstruction.
Greatly appreciate Dr. Han's efforts of writing this code.
- removed art
- updates high-pass filter
Bug fixes in demo
- added a function 'imcrop_tomo' to crop the reconstructed image to the same size as the original image;
Change the diameter calculated in 'tomo_projection_2d' by adding 2, so that it will match the value computed from 'build_weight_matrix'.
- updated descriptions;
- rearranged files
A more accurate method of building weight matrix