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By Melissa L. Hill, Kela Liu, James G. Mainprize, Ronald B. Levitin, Rushin Shojaii (auth.), Andrew D. A. Maidment, Predrag R. Bakic, Sara Gavenonis (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eleventh foreign Workshop on electronic Mammography, IWDM 2012, held in Philadelphia, PA, united states, in July 2012. The forty two revised complete papers and fifty eight revised poster papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from various preliminary submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on contrast-enhancing imaging, electronic mammography tools, tomosynthesis method layout, tomosynthesis - photograph caliber and dose, medical tomosynthesis, practical breast imaging, breast computed tomography, computer-aided analysis and snapshot processing, tomosynthesis reconstruction, and breast density.

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Thus, these three matrices reveal detector orientation, source to detector distance and x-ray source location. For stationary detectors, the most important of these parameters is the x-ray source location with respect to the stationary detector. 3 Results Using the method described above, projection matrices, P, were computed for each angle in a tomosynthesis scan, from which the x-ray source location (with respect to the detector plane) was derived. A. Scaduto and W. Zhao relative to the long axis of the detector plane (see Fig.

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For the HE view with dSe = 200, the MTF drops by approximately 30% at the Nyquist frequency (fNY). With an FPI where dSe = 300, the MTF drops by approximately 45% at fNY. For the LE view, the effect of beam obliquity has a less pronounced effect on the MTF than in the HE case, where a significant drop between 5 and 10 cycles/mm is incurred at a 22o projection angle. In both oblique view HE cases, the modeled and measured data exhibit good agreement. Although FSM and oblique entry of x-rays both introduce image blur as seen in the MTF measurements, they do not introduce noise correlation.

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