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null Shi-Kuo Chang, Institute of Mathematics, Academia Sinica
A method is developed for the reconstruction of a two-dimensional convex symmetric object from two orthogonal projections. To reconstruct a three-dimensional object, the object is divided into thin slices and the slices are individually reconstructed. An experimental result of the reconstruction of a clay model from its X-ray pictures is described. Applicability of this technique to cardiac cineangiography is discussed.
Index Terms:
Cardiac cineangiography, picture processing, three-dimensional object reconstruction, X-ray object reconstruction.
Citation:
null Shi-Kuo Chang, C.K. Chow, "The Reconstruction of Three-Dimensional Objects from Two Orthogonal Projections and its Application to Cardiac Cineangiography," IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 18-28, Jan. 1973, doi:10.1109/T-C.1973.223596
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