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Tomographic reconstruction from arbitrary directed projections.

I KAZANTSEV and Ignace Lemahieu UGent (1999) Proceedings of Computer methods and inverse problems in nondestructive testing and diagnostics, Minsk, oktober 1998. p.63-66
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Proceedings of Computer methods and inverse problems in nondestructive testing and diagnostics, Minsk, oktober 1998
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  author       = {KAZANTSEV, I and Lemahieu, Ignace},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of Computer methods and inverse problems in nondestructive testing and diagnostics, Minsk, oktober 1998},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {63--66},
  title        = {Tomographic reconstruction from arbitrary directed projections.},
  year         = {1999},
}

Chicago
KAZANTSEV, I, and Ignace Lemahieu. 1999. “Tomographic Reconstruction from Arbitrary Directed Projections.” In Proceedings of Computer Methods and Inverse Problems in Nondestructive Testing and Diagnostics, Minsk, Oktober 1998, 63–66.
APA
KAZANTSEV, I, & Lemahieu, I. (1999). Tomographic reconstruction from arbitrary directed projections. Proceedings of Computer methods and inverse problems in nondestructive testing and diagnostics, Minsk, oktober 1998 (pp. 63–66).
Vancouver
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KAZANTSEV I, Lemahieu I. Tomographic reconstruction from arbitrary directed projections. Proceedings of Computer methods and inverse problems in nondestructive testing and diagnostics, Minsk, oktober 1998. 1999. p. 63–6.
MLA
KAZANTSEV, I, and Ignace Lemahieu. “Tomographic Reconstruction from Arbitrary Directed Projections.” Proceedings of Computer Methods and Inverse Problems in Nondestructive Testing and Diagnostics, Minsk, Oktober 1998. 1999. 63–66. Print.