Abstract

There are many variations of differential phase contrast imaging methods. Although these imaging methods are different in configuration, they are alike in imaging by extracting differential phase information through the evaluation of the refraction angles. In this paper, we investigate common characteristics shared by various different differential phase contrast imaging methods.

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