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Irina V. Aleksandrova, Alezandr A. Belolipetskiy, Vjacheslav I. Golov, Vladimir I. Chtcherbakov, Elena V. Makeyeva, Elena R. Koresheva, Igor E. Osipov
Fusion Science and Technology
Volume 38 / Number 2 / September 2000 / Pages 190-205
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A precise and accurate knowledge of the characteristics of three-dimensional micro-objects such as inertial confinement fusion (ICF) targets and laser-produced plasmas is required to analyze the results of laser fusion experiments. Significant advances have been made in the development of tomographic information-processing methods for application to ICF target characterization. Topics discussed include (a) new high-resolution algorithm obtained by symmetrizing a basic filtered backprojection algorithm, (b) algorithms for threshold target characterization, (c) new approach to micro-object scanning based on quasi-uniform geometry, (d) ICF target preparation for tomographic characterization.
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