Date: Jun 1, 2010 10:14
... puts - according to the documentation - the line integrals corresponding to a K-vector "T" and an N-vector "THETA" in a KxN-matrix "R". Refining now the samples, e.g. by increasing K, changes the values in R. The bigger K gets, the smaller the values in R become. So apparently, in order to get values that approximate the continuous Radon transform, I need to rescale R. Does anyone know how?...