Tomocupy is a Python package and a command-line interface for GPU reconstruction of tomographic/laminographic data in 16-bit and 32-bit precision. All preprocessing operations are implemented on GPU with using CuPy library, the backprojection operation is implemented with CUDA C.
Tomocupy implements an efficient data processing conveyor allowing to overlap all data transfers with computations. First, independent Python threads are started for reading data chunks from the hard disk into a Python data queue and for writing reconstructed chunks from the Python queue to the hard disk. Second, CPU-GPU data transfers are overlapped with GPU computations by using CUDA streams.
Note: For the best performance it is recommended to use fast data storage otherwise most of reconstruction time will be spent for rw operations. PCIe NVME SSDs (e.g., Samsung 970/980 EVO/PRO) allows for parallel data read/write operations and with tomocupy works 4-8 times faster than regular HDD.
Fast tomographic reconstruction on GPU
Fast laminographic reconstruction on GPU
Efficient conveyor data processing
16-bit or 32-bit arithmetics
Manual rotation center search and automatic rotation center search with using SIFT algorithm
Manual search of the laminographic tilting angle
Additional preprocessing steps: ring removal with wavelets, phase retrieval procedure with Paganin filter, dezinger filtering
Back-projection is implemented with 3 different methods (Fourier-based, Log-polar-based, and direct discretization of the line intergral)
Saving data in tiff and h5 formats
Issue Tracker: https://github.com/tomography/tomocupy/docs/issues
Source Code: https://github.com/tomography/tomocupy/
- Installation and test
- Installation for development
- Additional instructions for Windows
- Unit tests
- Tested GPUs
- API reference