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In X-ray microscopy we acquire several frames at each X-ray energy point and merge them together with an aim to improving signal to noise ratio of the final image. The evil comes from the fact that beam is unstable and in the state of flux. Thus, due to the beam motion there is a limit to the number of frames we can acquire and merge to increase SNR. Is there any way to track beam motion using MATLAB and eventually take the motion into account during data acquisition? Any help is much appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Two flat field images taken at different period of time are here: http://imgur.com/UAP768E
I am not sure that beam motion in the two flat field images is noticeable visually though, because the beam moves around the image center following an unknown trajectory with a shift of a few pixels. Also, I am not sure it is possible to outline beam boundaries precisely because of light diffusion.