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Fully Stochastic Reconstruction Methods in Coupled Physics Imaging

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RNTW02 - Rich and non-linear tomography in medical imaging, materials and non destructive testing

Coupled Physics Imaging methods combine image contrast from one physical process with observations using a secondary process; several modalities in acousto-optical imaging  follow this concept wherein optical contrast is observed with acoustic measurements. For the inverse problem both an optical and acoustic model need to be inverted. Classical methods that involve a non-linear optimisation approach can be combined with advances in stochastic subsamplings strategies that are in part inspired by machine learning applications. In such approaches the forward problem is considered deterministic and the stochasticity involves splitting of an objective function into sub functions that approach the fully sampled problem in an expectation sense. In this work we consider where the forward problem is also solved stochastically, by a Monte Carlo simulation of photon propagation. By adjusting the batch size in the forward and inverse problems together, we can achieve better performance than if subsampling is performed seperately.   Joint work with : S Powell, C Macdonald, N H änninen, A Pulkkinen, T Tarvainen

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