Computed tomography simulator
CTSim provides an interactive computed tomography simulator. Computed
tomography is the technique of estimating the interior of an object
by measuring x-ray absorption through that object.
CTSim has both command-line tools and a graphical user interface.
CTSim has very educational trace modes for viewing the data
collection simulation as well as the reconstruction.
CTSim simulates the process of collecting tomographic X-ray data of
phantom objects. These X-ray data through the objects are called
projections. CTSim reconstructs the original phantom image from the
projections using a variety of algorithms.
CTSim is open-source and is covered by the GNU Public License (GPL).
Please enjoy CTSim. I'd like to hear any feedback
Kevin M. Rosen
This is the CTSim system packaged for Debian by
Kevin M. Rosenberg <email@example.com>, April 2002.
The home site for CTSim is http://ctsim.org/
Version 4.2 Released Mar 2003
* Direct Fourier Reconstructions now supported
Version 4.0 Released Jan 2003
* Port to wxWindows 2.4
* Port to Mac OS X
Version 3.5 Released May 2002
* New reconstruction technique: Interpolate divergent beams to
parallel beams for faster reconstructions.
* Multithreading for running length processes in background. Also
takes advantage of multiple-CPU's in
ctsim(1) BSD General Commands Manual ctsim(1)
ctsim — A Graphica
ctsimtext(1) Engineering ctsimtext(1)
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if1(1) Engineering if1(1)
if1 - Single IF
if2(1) Engineering if2(1)
if2 - binary ope
IFEXPORT(1) BSD General Commands Manual IFEXPORT(1)
ifexport — IF (Ima
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