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Image Reconstruction in Optical Tomography Using the Finite Element Solution of the Radiative Transfer Equation

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Abstract

Optical tomography image reconstruction problem is solved using regularized least-squares method. Light transport is modelled with the frequency domain radiative transfer equation which is solved with the finite element method.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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