Radon transform

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Radon transform

[′rā‚dän ′tranz‚fȯrm]
(mathematics)
A mathematical operation that is roughly equivalent to finding the projection of a function along a given line; useful in computerized tomography.
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Well-stocked with images including inverse radon transform filtering and tomography, this comprehensive text for advanced students and professionals explains a wide variety of signal processing techniques developed to restore signals from noisy and degraded observations, with signals acquired from still or video cameras, electron microscopes, and x-ray or ultrasound devices.