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Tomographic reconstruction with Mantid Imaging

DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/2605/1/012017 DOI Help

Authors: S. Tygier (ISIS Facility) , D. Akello-Egwel (ISIS Facility) , J. Allen (ISIS Facility) , R. Baust (ISIS Facility) , J. Bradley (ISIS Facility) , G. Burca (ISIS Facility; Diamond Light Source) , A. Fedrigo (ISIS Facility) , M. Gigg (ISIS Facility) , S. Jones (ISIS Facility) , W. Kockelmann (ISIS Facility) , D. Nixon (ISIS Facility) , D. E. Pooley (ISIS Facility) , D. Tasev (ISIS Facility)
Co-authored by industrial partner: No

Type: Conference Paper
Conference: 9th International Topical Meeting on Neutron Radiography (ITMNR-9 2022)
Peer Reviewed: No

State: Published (Approved)
Published: September 2023

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Abstract: Mantid Imaging has been developed to provide a graphical reconstruction process for users of neutron imaging instruments to eliminate the need to fall back on commercial software. Mantid Imaging builds on algorithms provided by libraries including Astra Toolbox and Tomopy to offer noise reduction, artifact removal, alignment, filtered back projection and iterative reconstruction methods. Extra functionality was added by using algorithms from ALGOTOM for ring removal and from the Core Imaging Library (CIL) for regularised 3D reconstruction. Mantid Imaging 2.4 has recently been released. It is an open source Python GUI, runs under Linux and Windows and can easily be installed on end user systems. Mantid Imaging is aimed at users with no programming background and with little image processing experience. At ISIS Mantid Imaging runs on the ISIS-Data-Analysis-as-a-Service (IDAaaS) platform, which is remotely accessible with any modern web browser and gives users access to sufficient hardware resources to handle large datasets. Extensions of Mantid Imaging for energy-resolved neutron imaging are planned for the future.

Subject Areas: Information and Communication Technology, Technique Development

Facility: IMAT at ISIS

Added On: 25/10/2023 13:53


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Physics Computing & software technologies Information & Communication Technologies Technique Development - Physics

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