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Research Article

Sparse Reconstruction for Bioluminescence Tomography Based on the Semigreedy Method

Table 3

Quantitative results in a single source case with different noise levels.

MethodNoise levelRecon. location
center (mm)
Location error (mm)Recon. Time (s)Maximum recon. value (nW/mm3)

FIST-L15%(18.26, 31.97, 47.28)0.399524.430.0122
10%(18.26, 31.97, 47.28)0.399524.990.0085
15%(18.26, 31.97, 47.28)0.399524.770.0050
20%(15.61, 32.92, 47.48)2.960524.820.0032
25%(15.61, 32.92, 47.48)2.960524.940.0025
30%(15.61, 32.92, 47.48)2.960524.600.0023

The proposed method5%(18.26, 31.97, 47.28)0.399513.410.0192
10%(18.26, 31.97, 47.28)0.399514.150.0234
15%(18.26, 31.97, 47.28)0.399516.370.0204
20%(18.26, 31.97, 47.28)0.399518.090.0223
25%(18.26, 31.97, 47.28)0.399518.950.0116
30%(18.26, 31.97, 47.28)0.399546.610.0054

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