Analysis Of Time-Resolved Data For Tomographical Image Reconstruction of Opaque Phantoms And Finite Absorbers In Diffusive Media

B. B. Das et al. (1995)


Experimental time-resolved data was used for direct reconstruction of images of laboratory phantoms in highly scattering media. Using different time zones of the temporal profiles, computed images were calculated by solving a one-step linear perturbation equation derived from transport theory. In nearly all cases tested, high quality reconstructions were obtained even for highly underdetermined problems.