Crowther criterion

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The conventional method to evaluate the resolution of a tomography reconstruction is determined by the Crowther criterion.[1] The minimum number of views, m, to reconstruct a particle of diameter D to a resolution of d (=1/R) is given by

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  1. ^ R. A. Crowther; D. J. DeRosier; A. Klug (1970). "The Reconstruction of a Three-Dimensional Structure from Projections and its Application to Electron Microscopy". Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A. 317. doi:10.1098/rspa.1970.0119.