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"Phillip" wrote in message <ierba4$kko$>...
> 1) What I said about only needing one radon projection for the reference might be true in theory, but I found in practice with noisy data that this was not so good. I've actually abandoned the radon approach.

Why not just increase the number of projection angles used for the reference image, so as to decrease the SNR?