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NAME

       phm2pj - calculate projections through a phantom object.

SYNOPSIS

       phm2pj outfile ndet nview [--phantom phantom-name] [--phmfile filename] [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

       phm2pj calculates projections through a phantom object, either a predefined --phantom or a
       --phmfile.

OPTIONS

       --outfile       Name of output file for projections

       --ndet          Number of detectors

       --nview         Number of rotated views

       --phantom       Predefined phantom to use for projection: can be one of

                       herman          Herman head phantom

                       herman-b        Herman head phantom (Bordered)

                       shepp-logan     Shepp-Logan head phantom

                       shepp-logan-b   Shepp-Logan head phantom (Bordered)

                       unitpulse       Unit pulse phantom

       --phmfile name  Get Phantom from phantom file

       --desc          Description of raysum

       --nray          Number of rays per detector (default = 1)

       --rotangle      Degrees to rotate view through (multiple of PI) (default = 1)

       --geometry      Geometry of scanning

                       parallel        Parallel scan beams (default)

                       equilinear      Equilinear divergent scan beams

                       equiangular     Equiangular divergent scan beams

       --focal-length  Focal length ratio (ratio to radius of phantom) (default = 1)

       --field-of-view Field of view (ratio to diameter of phantom square) (default = 1)

       --trace         Trace level to use, one of:

                       none   No tracing (default)

                       console         Trace text level

       --verbose       Verbose mode

       --debug         Debug mode

       --version       Print version

       --help          Print a terse help message

AUTHORS

       Kevin Rosenberg, M.D. <kevin@ctsim.org>

HISTORY

       CTSim was begun in 1983 using MS-DOS and an EGA display adapter. In 1999 it was ported  to
       GNU/Linux and later ported to Microsoft Windows.

SEE ALSO

       ctsim(1)  ctsimtext(1) if1(1) if2(1) ifinfo(1) linogram(1) phm2helix(1) phm2if(1) pj2if(1)
       pjHinterp(1) pjinfo(1) pjrec(1)