Shepp–Logan phantom

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Image of a Shepp-Logan Phantom used primarily in Tomography reconstruction.

The Shepp–Logan phantom is a standard test image created by Larry Shepp and Benjamin F. Logan for their 1974 paper The Fourier Reconstruction of a Head Section. It serves as the model of a human head in the development and testing of image reconstruction algorithms.[1][2][3][4]

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  1. ^ Shepp, Larry; B. F. Logan (1974). "The Fourier Reconstruction of a Head Section". IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. NS-21. 
  2. ^ Ellenberg, Jordan (February 22, 2010). "Fill in the Blanks: Using Math to Turn Lo-Res Datasets Into Hi-Res Samples". Wired. Retrieved 31 May 2013. 
  3. ^ Müller, Jennifer L.; Siltanen, Samuli (2012-11-30). Linear and Nonlinear Inverse Problems with Practical Applications. SIAM. pp. 31–. ISBN 9781611972337. Retrieved 31 May 2013. 
  4. ^ Koay, Cheng Guan; Joelle E. Sarlls and Evren Özarslan (2007). "Three-Dimensional Analytical Magnetic Resonance Imaging Phantom in the Fourier Domain". Magn Reson Med 58. pp. 430–436. 

Shepp-Logan (1974). NS-21 (3) 21-43. [Sorry, can't get this in Ref. 1, above.]

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