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Applications of High Efficiency Computed Tomography

with Optimized Recursions (HECTOR
)


Speed Comparable to Filtered Backprojection




1. reduce your projection count, exposure time, and radiation level many-fold
2. increase your quantitative accuracy and reduce computing time
3. use a-priori information

HECTOR is the Solution to Highest Numerical and Quantum Efficiency in Tomography  [1]

for X-Ray, TEM, CS MRI, and other imaging modalities


INTEGRATE AND ENHANCE YOUR ALGORITHMS WITH HECTOR





For a free evaluation
of HECTOR with your data please contact us.
White Paper (PDF)


1 Patents:  US: 8,660,328, 8,660,330;  PCT: EP2310840, EP2593906;
Notice of Grant Issued  CN: 200980123522.8; others pending
 Original International Applications for 
(HECT)   2008;  and  (HECTOR)   2010

 














Quantum Dots from 71 Projections



Quantum Dots: HECTOR for HAADF-STEM Imaging with 71 projections and only 3 high resolution iterations (2012).

Top vs. bottom row: two near-orthogonal views of ErSi2 catalyst. Columns from left to right: (a) original projections;
 (b) re-projection of estimated object density; (c) residual error; and (d) optimizing gain relaxation matrix.
Data kindly provided by Christian Kuebel of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany.





numerical phantom, full, 2005 numerical phantom, stenosis #1 hydraulic phantom, 2003, 6 views hydraulic phantom, 2003, 6 views, 125 deg

Numerical Coronary Tree Model
(Simulation)
with Stenotic Plaque
Projection simulation and
reconstruction at CTI

 
Stenosis of the Tree Model with
HECT from Six Projections
Projection simulation and
reconstruction at
CTI  
Hydraulic Coronary Model with
HECT from Six Projections
Data collected at Johns Hopkins
University, Department of
Cardiology

Hydraulic Coronary Model with
HECT from Six Projections
Data collected at Johns Hopkins
University, Department of
Cardiology


Myocardial blush, canine, 1993
Canine Myocardial Blush over 1.5 Beats
from Six Projective Cone Beam Views
(X-Rays, HECT)
Data recorded at Wayne State
University, Detroit, MI
support by NIH SBIR grant
Spiroplasma Melliferum, 2008
Slice from Transmission
Electron Microscopy (HECT)
Data provided by NIBIB / NIH
Diagnostic Residuals, 2008
Diagnostic Projection Residuals:
Left: SIRT 15 iterations,  
Right: HECT 1 iteration

for Noisy Cube Challenge Data Set
Data
provided by NIBIB / NIH
HECT reconstruction, challenge set, 1 iteration
HECT of Noisy Cube
Challenge Data Set

Data provided by NIBIB / NIH
 


 






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