In 3D X-ray diffraction tomography (3DXRD) of polycrystals, the spatial and the orientational distribution of crystal grains are numerically reconstructed from the observed diffraction spots and rings. The high dimensionality of the solution space poses a significant computational challenge. In this talk I will present a sparsity-promoting mathematical framework for the 3DXRD and show supporting numerical results.
|Published - 2014
|Sparse Tomo Days - Technical University of Denmark, DTU Compute, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
Duration: 26 May 2014 → 28 May 2014
|Sparse Tomo Days
|Technical University of Denmark, DTU Compute
|26/05/2014 → 28/05/2014