Abstract

This work describes an algorithm for the optimization of coded apertures in a compressive X-ray Tomosynthesis system by using the generalized mapping of the cone beam energy onto the detector. The reconstruction image quality obtained when using the optimized codes is higher compared to coded apertures generated randomly.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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