The Viability of ADVANTG Deterministic Method for Synthetic Radiography Generation
Fast simulation techniques to generate synthetic radiographic images of high resolution are helpful when new radiation imaging systems are designed. However, the standard stochastic approach requires lengthy run time with poorer statistics at higher resolution. The investigation of the viability of a deterministic approach to synthetic radiography image generation was explored. The aim was to analyze a computational time decrease over the stochastic method. ADVANTG was compared to MCNP in multiple scenarios including a small radiography system prototype, to simulate high resolution radiography images. By using ADVANTG deterministic code to simulate radiography images the computational time was found to decrease 10 to 13 times compared to the MCNP stochastic approach while retaining image quality.
A. Bingham and H. Lee, "The Viability of ADVANTG Deterministic Method for Synthetic Radiography Generation," Computer Physics Communications, vol. 228, pp. 5 - 10, Elsevier, Jul 2018.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cpc.2018.02.009
Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Science
Keywords and Phrases
Computerized tomography; Image resolution; Imaging techniques; Radiography; Stochastic systems; X rays; ADVANTG; Deterministic; Deterministic approach; Deterministic methods; MCNP; Radiation imaging systems; Radiographic images; Simulation; X ray radiography; CT; Imaging; Radiography; X-ray
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01 Jul 2018