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High Contrast Laminography Using Iterative Algorithms
JINST 6 C01045, doi: 10.1088/1748-0221/6/01/C01045
3D X-ray imaging of internal structure of large flat objects is often complicated by limited access to all viewing angles or extremely high absorption in certain directions, therefore the standard method of computed tomography (CT) fails. This problem can be solved by the method of laminography. During a laminographic measurement the imaging detector is placed close to the sample while the X-ray source irradiates both sample and detector at different angles. The application of the state-of-the-art pixel detector Medipix in laminography together with adapted tomographic iterative alghorithms for 3D reconstruction of sample structure has been investigated. Iterative algorithms such as EM (Expectation Maximization) and OSEM (Ordered Subset Expectation Maximization) improve the quality of the reconstruction and allow including more complex physical models. In this contribution results and proposed future approaches which could be used for resolution enhancement are presented.
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M. Kroupa, J. Jakůbek, "High Contrast Laminography Using Iterative Algorithms", JINST 6 C01045, doi: 10.1088/1748-0221/6/01/C01045 (2011)