Computed Tomography - Special Applications by L. Saba

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Let us now focus on the distance measure d pi , p j . A generalized quadratic distance measure can be written as follows ( ( ) )    d 2 Δpij = ΔpijT AΔpij , (6) where A = U T WU is a non-singular matrix, U is the rotation matrix and W is a diagonal matrix containing the eigenvalues of the matrix A. , 2006), the g = G( x , y , z ) is mapped onto a 4D space as tomographic image  p( x , y , z , g ) = ( x , y , z , G( x , y , z )) . Thus, a 4D rotation matrix has to be used. The only meaningful rotations are rotations in the spatial 3D space.

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