Reconstruction from X-Rays
According to T.J. Rivlin (these Proc.) “The problem of optimal recovery is that of approximating as effectively as possible a given map of any function known to belong to a certain class from limited and possibly error-contaminated information about it.” More precisely, in the scheme envisioned by Rivlin there are given spaces X of possible objects, Y of possible data, and Z of possible reconstructions of certain features of the objects.
KeywordsDensity Function Reconstruction Method Inversion Formula Finite Dimensional Space Optimal Recovery
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