Abstract

We discuss a discrete Radon transform in a continuous space in order to establish an analytically exact method to synthesize projections from discretely sampled data. The method shown is based on sampling theory and assumes that an object is band limited. Comparisons with conventional projection methods, namely, linear interpolation and pixel projection, are shown together with a computer simulation.

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