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Figure 2
Overall workflow for Tomosaic data acquisition and reconstruction. Projections are obtained using sinogram-oriented acquisition (SOA) as shown on the right in Fig. 1[link]. The alignment between subregions is then refined, after which the full three-dimensional dataset is assembled either by stitching together the sinograms as shown on the right in Fig. 1[link], or by collecting together full object projections as illustrated in Fig. 3[link] below. In either approach, one obtains the set of sinograms from all slices of the full object, and these object slice sinograms can then be fed to TomoPy (Gürsoy et al., 2014BB18) for parallelized reconstruction (Bicer et al., 2016BB3).

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