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Fast image reconstruction in fluoresence optical tomography using data compression

Rudge, TJ; Soloviev, VY; Arridge, SR; (2010) Fast image reconstruction in fluoresence optical tomography using data compression. OPT LETT , 35 (5) 763 - 765.

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Abstract

We present a method for fast reconstruction in flourescence optical tomography with very large data sets. In recent reports, CCD cameras at multiple positions have been used to collect optical measurements, producing more than 107 data samples. This makes storage of the full system Jacobian infeasible, and so data are usually subsampled. The method reported here allows use of the full data set, via image compression methods, and explicit construction of the (small) Jacobian, meaning optimal inversion methods can be applied, and thus leading to very fast reconstruction. (C) 2010 Optical Society of America

Type:Article
Title:Fast image reconstruction in fluoresence optical tomography using data compression
Keywords:DIFFUSION TOMOGRAPHY, INVERSION FORMULAS, LIGHT
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science

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