MIRT (Michigan Image Reconstruction Toolbox) in Julia
Currently it contains a limited collection of the tools from the Matlab version of MIRT, but this collection will grow over time.
For detailed installation instructions, see:
This package is registered in the
so you can install at the REPL with
] add MIRT.
dev command in Julia's package manager,
git clone https://github.com/JeffFessler/MIRT.jl
You can test drive some jupyter notebooks in your browser without installing any local software by using the free service at https://mybinder.org/ through the links at the companion demonstration repository
This package includes some tools from https://gitlab.eecs.umich.edu/michigan-fast-optimization
For additional reproducible research code, see http://web.eecs.umich.edu/~fessler/irt/reproduce/
Current version is tested with "latest" stable version of Julia (currently 1.8.3). Older tagged versions should work with older Julia versions.
- JuliaImageRecon growing collection of image reconstruction packages
- LinearMapsAA is central to how imaging system models are used here.
Early versions of
attempted to house many methods
under one roof.
the methods are being isolated
into smaller component packages at
A similar evolution happened with Images/Images.jl and it is likely that MIRT will evolve to be an "umbrella package" that exports a set of packages that are useful for image reconstruction.
v0.15, the following functions are deprecated: