Abstract

We clarify the measurement process of fluorescent x-ray computed tomography (FXCT) using synchrotron sheet-beam as incidence, and show that the process leads to the attenuated Radon transform. In order to improve quantitativeness, we apply Natterer’s scheme to the FXCT reconstruction. We show its efficacy by computer simulation.

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