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radius of the circular focal point trajectory. The coordinates in parallel- and fan-beam geometries are related
s=Rsina, 9=a+/3. (7)
The distance between the focal point and the s-axis is R cos o . Thus, the definitions of (1) and (6) can be
related by the following equation
p(o-+ ,8,Rsino-) = e-R cosa[Duf]($, C) = g($,C) (8)
We will use g(6, a) for the modified projection of (8). By the chain rule, we have -(/(#,6)= - (,s) and
a6 (#,6) = (,s)+Rcos (,s). (9)
Then, we obtain
ap 1 a a
as (0, s) = [(a -- )g](3,o). (10)
aJs Rcoso d3Jc 3J/
Let r=JHJ and ?=(x,y)=r(cos p,sin(), and K(r,p,3) denotes the length of SP, and 7'(r, , p) the angle
between SO and SP. It is straightforward to derive the following geometric identities :
K(r,p,,$)= r2 + R2 +2rRsin(- p) , (11)
a'(r, p, p) = arctan r cos(p - () (12)
R + rsin(# -(o)
(6, c)= (sin(g + C), - cos(# + o)). (13)
For a given F, 9, and 6 the following differential relationship is satisfied :
d9 = d(3+ C'(r, p, ,8)) = Rcos a'(r,p,#) d,8.
Focal POmtl S
Fig. 2: Illustration of a typical fan-beam acquisition geometry. Each projection ray is uniquely determined by (#8, a). Points 0 and S represent the
coordinate origin and focal point, respectively. P is a point at which the value needs to be reconstructed, a denotes the angle between OS and the
projection ray, CT' denotes the angle between OS and PS, #8 denotes the angle between OS and the y-axis, and R is the radius of the circular orbit.
For simplicity, only the fan-beam short-scan reconstruction will be discussed in this subsection. The short-
scan is the scanning range of [-0.5ff - CTm,, 0.5ff+ C.], which is 1800 plus the fan angle. We assume R sinT, =1
so that the inner disk in Fig. 3 is the unit disk D, i.e., the projection is not truncated. In Fig. 3 fory E (-1, 1) ,
#y= arcsin(y/R). After transforming the integration over 9 in (2) to the integration over p3 in the fan-
beam geometry, (2) becomes:
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Huang, Qiu; You, Jiangsheng; Zeng, Gengsheng L. & Gullberg, Grant T. Reconstruction from Uniformly Attenuated SPECT Projection Data Using the DBH Method, article, March 20, 2008; Berkeley, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc901800/m1/5/: accessed June 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.