Abstract

A means of selecting the optimum x-ray wavelength for an x-ray tomographic imaging system is proposed. In the evaluation, both the detection process and the image reconstruction algorithm are taken into account. The optimum wavelength is selected so that the stability of the reconstructed images is maximized. A concrete means of getting the optimum wavelength in connection with the detectable projections is also shown.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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