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(This picture is supposed to be viewed with the narrow
The images are interpreted as follows:
- The top row is a ideal sinogram
(left) and the image reconstructed from it (right).
is what the camera measures, that is, projected
views of the radioactivity distribution resulting
from the injection of a pharmaceutical.)
- The middle row represents a pessimistic
perturbation of the sinogram (left) and the corresponding
superimposition that will corrupt the image (right).
- The bottom row shows the corrupted sinogram
and the corresponding reconstructed image.
These images are the result of a tomography project
jointly run between the CECM and the Vancouver
Hospital. They were produced by Pierre Marechal,