Fused Entropy Algorithm in Optical Computed Tomography
AbstractIn most applications of optical computed tomography (OpCT), limited-view problems are often encountered, which can be solved to a certain extent with typical OpCT reconstructive algorithms. The concept of entropy first emerged in information theory has been introduced into OpCT algorithms, such as maximum entropy (ME) algorithms and cross entropy (CE) algorithms, which have demonstrated their superiority over traditional OpCT algorithms, yet have their own limitations. A fused entropy (FE) algorithm, which follows an optimized criterion combining self-adaptively ME with CE, is proposed and investigated by comparisons with ME, CE and some traditional OpCT algorithms. Reconstructed results of several physical models show this FE algorithm has a good convergence and can achieve better precision than other algorithms, which verifies the feasibility of FE as an approach of optimizing computation, not only for OpCT, but also for other image processing applications. View Full-Text
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Wan, X.; Wang, P.; Zhang, Z.; Zhang, H. Fused Entropy Algorithm in Optical Computed Tomography. Entropy 2014, 16, 943-952.
Wan X, Wang P, Zhang Z, Zhang H. Fused Entropy Algorithm in Optical Computed Tomography. Entropy. 2014; 16(2):943-952.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wan, Xiong; Wang, Peng; Zhang, Zhimin; Zhang, Huaming. 2014. "Fused Entropy Algorithm in Optical Computed Tomography." Entropy 16, no. 2: 943-952.