ARTICLE DOWNLOAD

Mean-Square Risk of the Threshold Processing in the Problem of Inverting the Radon Transform with a Random Sample Size

10$
ARTICLE DOWNLOAD

Mean-Square Risk of the Threshold Processing in the Problem of Inverting the Radon Transform with a Random Sample Size

10$

O. V. Shestakov 

Methods for reconstructing tomographic images based on the inversion of the Radon transform are used in problems arising in medicine, biology, astronomy, and many other fields. In the presence of noise in the projection data, as a rule, it is necessary to apply regularization methods. Recently, methods of the threshold processing of wavelet expansion coefficients have become popular. The analysis of errors of these methods is an important practical task, since it makes it possible to assess the quality of both the methods themselves and the equipment used. When using threshold processing, it is usually assumed that the number of expansion coefficients is fixed, and the noise distribution is Gaussian. This model is well studied in the literature, and the optimal values of the threshold processing parameters are calculated for different classes of functions. However, in some situations, the amount of data is not known in advance and has to be modeled with a certain random variable. In this paper, we consider a model with a random amount of data containing Gaussian noise, and estimate the order of the mean-square risk with an increasing number of decomposition coefficients.

Only units of this product remain
Year 2020
Language English
Format PDF
DOI 10.1007/s10958-020-04854-6