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Recent developments in reconstruction and artifact reduction

Matthieu Boone UGent, Yoni De Witte UGent, Manuel Dierick UGent, Loes Brabant UGent, Jelle Vlassenbroeck UGent, Bert Masschaele UGent and Luc Van Hoorebeke UGent (2010) X-ray tomography as a multidisciplinary research tool : exploring new frontiers. p.21-25
abstract
Recently several new developments in the field of reconstruction and artifact reduction have been made at UGCT. The implementation of an iterative reconstruction algorithm, SART, provides new opportunities to improve reconstruction quality. Some of the main advantages of this algorithm are its flexibility and the fact that it “simulates” the imaging process. For elongated samples, a helical trajectory has been implemented in the scanner control software and the reconstruction software, which also solves the so-called cone beam artifacts. For CT scans showing phase artifacts, two different reconstruction algorithms are used at UGCT. The Modified Bronnikov Algorithm (MBA) and Bronnikov-Aided Correction (BAC) are complementary and improve image quality and possibilities for post-processing. In this paper, all these and some other developments in tomographic reconstruction and artifact reduction are discussed.
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conference
publication status
published
subject
keyword
iterative reconstruction, reconstruction, artifact reduction, helical reconstruction, Bronnikov algorithm, phase contrast
in
X-ray tomography as a multidisciplinary research tool : exploring new frontiers
editor
Joris Van Acker UGent, Luc Van Hoorebeke UGent, Patric Jacobs UGent, Veerle Cnudde UGent and Jan Van den Bulcke UGent
pages
21 - 25
publisher
Ghent University. Centre for X-ray Tomography (UGCT)
place of publication
Ghent, Belgium
conference name
1st UGCT seminar : X-ray tomography as a multidisciplinary research tool : exploring new frontiers
conference location
Ghent, Belgium
conference start
2010-12-08
conference end
2010-12-08
ISBN
9789080656581
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
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C1
copyright statement
I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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1106183
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1106183
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2011-01-20 15:08:48
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2011-02-23 12:45:03
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  abstract     = {Recently several new developments in the field of reconstruction and artifact reduction have been made at UGCT. The implementation of an iterative reconstruction algorithm, SART, provides new opportunities to improve reconstruction quality. Some of the main advantages of this algorithm are its flexibility and the fact that it {\textquotedblleft}simulates{\textquotedblright} the imaging process. For elongated samples, a helical trajectory has been implemented in the scanner control software and the reconstruction software, which also solves the so-called cone beam artifacts. For CT scans showing phase artifacts, two different reconstruction algorithms are used at UGCT. The Modified Bronnikov Algorithm (MBA) and Bronnikov-Aided Correction (BAC) are complementary and improve image quality and possibilities for post-processing. In this paper, all these and some other developments in tomographic reconstruction and artifact reduction are discussed.},
  author       = {Boone, Matthieu and De Witte, Yoni and Dierick, Manuel and Brabant, Loes and Vlassenbroeck, Jelle and Masschaele, Bert and Van Hoorebeke, Luc},
  booktitle    = {X-ray tomography as a multidisciplinary research tool : exploring new frontiers},
  editor       = {Van Acker, Joris and Van Hoorebeke, Luc and Jacobs, Patric and Cnudde, Veerle and Van den Bulcke, Jan},
  isbn         = {9789080656581},
  keyword      = {iterative reconstruction,reconstruction,artifact reduction,helical reconstruction,Bronnikov algorithm,phase contrast},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent, Belgium},
  pages        = {21--25},
  publisher    = {Ghent University. Centre for X-ray Tomography (UGCT)},
  title        = {Recent developments in reconstruction and artifact reduction},
  year         = {2010},
}

Chicago
Boone, Matthieu, Yoni De Witte, Manuel Dierick, Loes Brabant, Jelle Vlassenbroeck, Bert Masschaele, and Luc Van Hoorebeke. 2010. “Recent Developments in Reconstruction and Artifact Reduction.” In X-ray Tomography as a Multidisciplinary Research Tool : Exploring New Frontiers, ed. Joris Van Acker, Luc Van Hoorebeke, Patric Jacobs, Veerle Cnudde, and Jan Van den Bulcke, 21–25. Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University. Centre for X-ray Tomography (UGCT).
APA
Boone, Matthieu, De Witte, Y., Dierick, M., Brabant, L., Vlassenbroeck, J., Masschaele, B., & Van Hoorebeke, L. (2010). Recent developments in reconstruction and artifact reduction. In Joris Van Acker, L. Van Hoorebeke, P. Jacobs, V. Cnudde, & J. Van den Bulcke (Eds.), X-ray tomography as a multidisciplinary research tool : exploring new frontiers (pp. 21–25). Presented at the 1st UGCT seminar : X-ray tomography as a multidisciplinary research tool : exploring new frontiers, Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University. Centre for X-ray Tomography (UGCT).
Vancouver
1.
Boone M, De Witte Y, Dierick M, Brabant L, Vlassenbroeck J, Masschaele B, et al. Recent developments in reconstruction and artifact reduction. In: Van Acker J, Van Hoorebeke L, Jacobs P, Cnudde V, Van den Bulcke J, editors. X-ray tomography as a multidisciplinary research tool : exploring new frontiers. Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University. Centre for X-ray Tomography (UGCT); 2010. p. 21–5.
MLA
Boone, Matthieu, Yoni De Witte, Manuel Dierick, et al. “Recent Developments in Reconstruction and Artifact Reduction.” X-ray Tomography as a Multidisciplinary Research Tool : Exploring New Frontiers. Ed. Joris Van Acker et al. Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University. Centre for X-ray Tomography (UGCT), 2010. 21–25. Print.