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Iterative reweighting via homotopy for reconstruction of bioluminescence tomography

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The reconstruction of BLT (bioluminescence tomography) is an ill-posedness problem. This paper solves it by converting a L1/2-norm problem to a series of weighted L1-homotopy minimization problems. It performs well in location accuracy and double-source resolving.

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