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"Phillip" wrote in message <ierba4$kko$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
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> 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.
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Why not just increase the number of projection angles used for the reference image, so as to decrease the SNR?