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AbstractA form of three-dimensional X-ray imaging, called Object 3-D, is introduced, where the relevant subject material is represented as discrete 'objects'. The surface of each object is derived accurately from the projections of its outline, and of its other discontinuities, in about ten conventional X-ray views, distributed in solid angle. This technique is suitable for many applications, and permits dramatic savings in radiation exposure and in data acquisition and manipulation. It is well matched to user-friendly interactive displays.
CitationBenjamin, R., Prakoonwit, S., Matalas, I. and Kitney, R. (1996) 'Object-based three-dimensional X-ray imaging', Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing, 34 (6), pp.423-30.
PublisherKluwer Academic Publishers
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