- Predrag Popovic, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Niš
- Marina Radic, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad
- Marina Marceta, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad
- Maria Kiss, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad
Project No. 1: Discrete Tomography
Tomography deals with the reconstruction of images from a number of projections. From the mathematical point of view, where an image is represented by a function, the problem posed is to reconstruct a function from its integrals or sums over subsets of its domain. The tomographic reconstruction problem may be continuous or discrete. In the discrete case, the range of the function to be reconstructed is a finite discrete set and the field which deals with this problem is called discrete tomography (DT). The term discrete tomography is introduced at the meeting "Mini-Symposium on Discrete Tomography" which was held in 1994 (Rutgers University, USA). DT often deals with reconstructions of images that contain a small number of gray levels. A special case of DT, which is called binary tomography (BT), deals with the problem of reconstruction of binary images. The field of DT application is diverse, for example, it is often used in medical imaging, electron microscopy, and in industrial tomography.