Radon transform


The Radon transform converts between functions on n\mathbb{R}^n which are integrable on all hyperplanes and functions on the space of all hyperplanes of n\mathbb{R}^n. It corresponds to pull-push through the incidence correspondence of points and hyperplanes.

It is a real version of the Penrose transform.

It is widely used in computerized tomography.


  • Sigurdur Helgason, Radon Transform, second edition, Birkhäuser, New York, 1999, (book).

  • Wikipedia, Radon transform

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