A Prominent Study of Head Phantom Image Using Correlation Coefficient

In imaging techniques such as X-Ray and MRI, the only available information is 2D projections of the true 3D environment. In this research, we look at image projections created by the Radon transformation. The Radon Transformation is a basic technique that is utilised in a variety of applications, including radar imaging, geophysical imaging, nondestructive testing, and medical imaging. We created an image reconstruction method that takes as input various projections of the original image. To test and verify the method, we conducted this experiment with an artificially produced image. The most important thing to check is the quality of images reconstructed by an algorithm. So, in this paper, we calculated correlation coefficient, Cutoff rotation angle for an image, and linearity of correlation coefficient on a head phantom MRI picture.

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Omveer .
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Rajasthan Technical University, Kota, India.

Vinith Chauhan
Department of Technical Education, Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Uttar Pradesh, India.

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