Image reconstruction of simulated specimens using convolution back projection
Keywords: Composite structures, Cross-sections, Reconstruction errors, Electronics, Image processing, Tomography
AbstractThis paper reports about the reconstruction of cross-sections of composite structures. The convolution back projection (CBP) algorithm has been used to capture the attenuation field over the specimen. Five different test cases have been taken up for evaluation. These cases represent varying degrees of complexity. In addition, the role of filters on the nature of the reconstruction errors has also been discussed. Numerical results obtained in the study reveal that CBP algorithm is a useful tool for qualitative as well as quantitative assessment of composite regions encountered in engineering applications.
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Manzoor, M., Yadav, P., Muralidhar, K., & Munshi, P. (2002). Image reconstruction of simulated specimens using convolution back projection. Defence Science Journal, 51(2), 175-187. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.51.2228
Electronics & Communication Systems
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