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Fast compressed sensing-based CBCT reconstruction using Barzilai-Borwein formulation for application to on-line IGRT
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10.1118/1.3679865
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Illustrations of (a) forward–backward splitting-type optimization, and (b) our one-step proposed approach to solve the TV-based constrained convex optimization problem in Eq. (1).

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Illustration of the computational processes required at each iteration for the four algorithms: (a) ASD-POCS, (b) STF, (c) GP-BL, and (d) GP-BB.

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The reconstructed images of the Shepp-Logan phantom, using the respective four algorithms, as a function of 10, 30, and 50 iterations. A total of 40 projections in fan-beam geometry were used for the reconstructions.

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Line profiles of the respective four algorithms with the (a) full line across the Shepp-Logan phantom, and (b) magnified view of the right one-third. The figure inset shows where the line profiles were generated.

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Mean-squared relative percent error as a function of the number of iterations, for the respective four algorithms. The Shepp-Logan numerical phantom was used as the gold standard.

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Spatial and contrast resolution slices of the reconstructed CatPhan 600 phantom using (a) FDK with 40 projections, (b) GP-BB with 40 projections in 12 iterations, and (c) FDK with 364 projections. The reconstruction times are listed on the figure.

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A matrix view of the various image qualities achieved, using the GP-BB algorithm, as functions of number of projections and number of iterations, for the head-and-neck example patient. The window and level were kept the same for all images.

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Selected images from Fig. 6; (a) FDK using 364 projections, (b) GP-BB with 12 iterations using 120 projections, (c) GP-BB with 18 iterations using 120 projections, (d) GP-BB with 24 iterations using 120 projections, and (f) GP-BB with 30 iterations using 364 projections. The reconstruction times are listed on the figure.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Computational time recorded to run 50 iterations.

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TABLE II.

List of the reconstruction times recorded for various projections and iterations tested.

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Scitation: Fast compressed sensing-based CBCT reconstruction using Barzilai-Borwein formulation for application to on-line IGRT
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aapm/journal/medphys/39/3/10.1118/1.3679865
10.1118/1.3679865
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