TIMBIR : Time Interlaced Model-Based Iterative Reconstruction
Time-interlaced model-based iterative reconstruction (TIMBIR)
is a method for 4D time-space reconstruction of objects from parallel beam time-interlaced views.
It was developed for use with X-ray synchrotron data,
but it will also work with any parallel beam transmission X-ray data.
It can also be used for 3D reconstruction of data acquired using parallel beam X-ray computed tomography.
- MPI C/C++ compiler
- make utility
To run the demo, please download the software using the above links and run the following scripts.
- Unix/Linux/Mac OS
- 3D Reconstruction: Change directory to demo/recon_3d/shepp-logan-3D/ and run the script run_unix.sh
- 4D Reconstruction: Change directory to demo/recon_4d/cahn-hilliard-4D/ and run the script run_unix.sh
- Supercomputing cluster (Rice cluster at Purdue)
- 3D Reconstruction: Change directory to demo/recon_3d/shepp-logan-3D/ and run the script run_cluster.sh
- 4D Reconstruction: Change directory to demo/recon_4d/cahn-hilliard-4D/ and run the script run_cluster.sh
- K. A. Mohan, S. V. Venkatakrishnan, J. W. Gibbs, E. B. Gulsoy, X. Xiao, M. De Graef, P. W. Voorhees, and C. A. Bouman, "TIMBIR: A method for time-space reconstruction from interlaced views," Computational Imaging, IEEE Transactions on, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 96.111, June 2015.
- K. A. Mohan, S. V. Venkatakrishnan, L. F. Drummy, J. Simmons, D. Y. Parkinson, and C. A. Bouman, "Model-based iterative reconstruction for synchrotron X-ray tomography", in Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2014 IEEE International Conference on, May 2014, pp. 6909-6913.