Image reconstruction toolbox
image reconstruction toolbox
is a collection of open source
algorithms for image reconstruction
(and related imaging problems)
written in Mathwork's Matlab language.
This software was developed at
the University of Michigan
The toolbox includes the following.
move the tar file to a clean subdirectory
before extracting its contents
since it installs into the current directory.
Start by reading the readme file.
Then try some of the examples in the examples/ directory.
You may freely use and distribute this software
as long as you retain the author's name
(myself and/or my students)
with the software.
It would also be courteous for you to cite the toolbox
and any related publications
in any papers that present results
based on this software.
UM and the authors make all the usual disclaimers
about liability etc.
If you make changes to any files,
then please change the file name
before redistributing to avoid confusion
(like the GNU software license).
Better yet, email me the changes
and I'll consider incorporating them into the toolbox.
If you would like to be on email list
to receive announcements about updates
then please email "fessler AT umich DOT edu".
These will be VERY infrequent emails
and I will keep your email address private.
You can unsubscribe at any time
by sending another email to me.
Although Matlab is an expensive commercial software package,
parts of the toolbox will run in
an open-source alternative to Matlab.
I hope someday it will all work with freemat.
The code from Dan Yu for level-set based image reconstruction
that code is completely undocumented,
so I cannot support it at all.
We welcome feedback,
but do remember that this is open source software
so you should study the code
before sending bug reports.
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