Reply to “Comments on ‘The Discrete Periodic Radon Transform’”

Dept. of Electron. & Inf. Eng., Hong Kong Polytech. Univ., Hong Kong, China
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (Impact Factor: 2.79). 12/2010; 58(11):5963 - 5964. DOI: 10.1109/TSP.2010.2059021
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This paper presents the reply for the comment made on "The Discrete Periodic Radon Transform" by A. M. Grigoryan. This comment presents a series of paper about tensor and paired transform as applied to the fast realization of two-dimensional discrete Fourier transform. The reply indicates that the claim made by A.M Grigoryan was incorrect. The contributions of T. Hsung and D. P. K. Lun are far more than that described by A.M Grigoryan.The DPRT is not only a forward transform for computing 2-D DFT. It is a complete discrete transformation method that includes efficient inverse transform.

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    ABSTRACT: This paper discusses the decomposition of the image by direction images, which is based on the concept of the tensor representation and its advanced form, the paired representation. The 2-D image is considered of the size N × N , where N is prime, a power of two, and a power of odd primes. The tensor and paired representations in the frequency-and-time domain define the image as a set of 1-D signals, which we call splitting-signals. Each of such splitting-signals is calculated as the sum of the image along the parallel lines, and it defines the direction image as a component of the original image. The unique decomposition of the image by direction images is described, and formulas for the inverse tensor and paired transforms are given. These formulas can be used for image reconstruction from projections, when splitting-signals or their direction images are calculated directly from the projection data. The number of required projections is uniquely defined by the tensor representation of the image.
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