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Automatic X-ray screening of aircraft hold luggage

Benjamin, R. and Prakoonwit, S. (1997) Automatic X-ray screening of aircraft hold luggage. In: Security and Detection, 1997. ECOS 97., European Conference on , 28-30 Apr 1997, London, UK, pp. 5-9,

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R. Benjamin (1995) addressed the application of the “object 3D” X ray reconstruction technique for electronically “unpacking” suspect items, when screening aircraft luggage. However, there is no satisfactory solution to the mass screening of hold luggage. Computed Tomography, CT, entails excessive radiation dosages, and its rate of throughput is quite inadequate. A novel variant of “object 3D” is therefore put forward, adapting some of the technology of existing cabin luggage screening systems-but on a substantially larger scale-which does achieve the required throughput at an acceptable radiation dosage and cost.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
ID Code:19127
Uncontrolled Keywords:aircraft hold luggage, automatic X ray screening, cabin luggage screening systems, computed tomography, object 3D X-ray reconstruction technique, radiation dosage, radiation dosages

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