Tomography on the 3D-Torus and Crystals
We exhibit a fast Radon transform on an ambient space over a finite field which furnishes spatial limited-angle models for electron and X-ray tomography. These algorithms have applications in crystallography.
KeywordsTilt Angle Binary Tomography Finite Field Ambient Space Binary Function
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