Flaw Detection Using a Priori Knowledge with Limited View Aperture System
In CT imaging with limited view-angle data, the image of the object’s slice is usually distorted such that it is difficult to interpret the image. Usually in industrial applications. one deals with quality testing of products which are built from on an original blueprint or model. The objective of this paper is to use the knowledge about the model and try to establish whether there is any significant difference between the object under test and the model object. We will first formulate the problem as a deconvolution problem. Then we will use the CLEAN deconvolution algorithm to restore the image.
KeywordsSpatial Frequency Distorted Image Radio Astronomy Deconvolution Problem Spatial Frequency Domain
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