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  Quantitative visualisation; Following on from open presentations and meetings, R. Fowler has now taken ownership of this CCPForge archive, and an initial survey of code/updates is ongoing including building, installing and testing. There are a few issues reported by the users regarding certain quantification algorithms not working on large volumes (over 10003) and from this the code base has been reorganised. A new working relationship with Loic Courtois and Peter Lee (RCaH) has started initially focussing on a new Multi Peak Thresholding routine, as well as finding further challenges from the community.
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From the flagship project, two pieces of software are now freely available via the CCP repository within the core work; 1. a novel compressed sensing technique based on non-local regularization that has been successfully applied to simulated and real (neutron) data and 2. a new method for combining multi-modal images, which can be useful for image fusion and also hybrid tomographic reconstruction, such as SPECT/CT, PET/MR etc.
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From the flagship project, progeess continues on; 1. The non-local regularization package (patch-based method) for 2D/3D tomographic reconstruction is available on GPU and CPU. The modified version of the package has been used for improving spatial-temporal resolution of the simulated and real (neutron) data; 2. Two novel methods available for multi-modal reconstruction, which can be useful for image fusion and also hybrid tomographic reconstruction, such as SPECT/CT, PET/MR etc. and 3. The work continues on embedding the set of regularization tools (CPU and GPU versions) into the CCPi iterative reconstruction code.
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