2019
DOI: 10.1109/stsiva.2019.8730215
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Abstract: Ultrasound Computed Tomography is a widely used technique for nondestructive control of materials. One application is the evaluation of the inner state of standing trees in urban areas. The quality of the tomographic image depends on several factors, such as the number of probes used and the image reconstruction algorithm. Here we are interested in evaluating the influence of using a reconstruction algorithm adapted to wood anisotropy, compared to the classic methods using an isotropic model, and the effect of…

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