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Methods for Reconstructing Spatial Distributions of Radiation from Plasmas

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Methods are discussed for reconstructing spatial distributions from two types of projection-in a direction tangential to a torus and in a cross-sectional plane. For a tangential projection the reconstruction is unambiguous. For cross-sectional projections one usually does not have enough information for an unambiguous reconstruction, unless strong simplifying assumptions are made. A method is given for fitting a spatial distribution to such projections. Tests of both methods are discussed. The fitting method for cross-sectional projections is compared with a Fourier-series method.

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 3 )