Reconstruction of Plane Figures from Two Projections
In this chapter, reconstruction of plane figures from their two-projection data is discussed together with its stability, based on the discrete approximation. For this purpose, we introduce the notion of type 1 modification against nonuniquely reconstructed figures, and a kind of weight function to classify them. Many interesting open problems remain concerning theoretical justification of proposed algorithms for nonunique cases.
KeywordsContinuous Limit Projection Data Hausdorff Distance Discrete Case Discrete Approximation
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